Many artists will tell you they knew they wanted to be an artist at the age of three, and spent their childhoods obsessively drawing and painting. Not me. As a child, I was a cross between a tomboy and a geek, and loved math and science more than anything else.
I stumbled upon art as an adult, and it quickly became an all-consuming passion. I immersed myself in studio art classes at some of the best art schools around, including the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and Massachusetts College of Art. I entered juried national competitions and was accepted into several, which led me to more advanced study and exploration of new mediums.
In addition to national juried shows, my work has now been exhibited in group exhibitions in Boston landmarks including Boston City Hall, International Place, the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, and the Prudential Center. Solo exhibitions include Expressive Landscapes at the Harris A. Berman Diversity Gallery at Tufts Health Plan in Watertown, MA and Colorscapes at the StoveFactory Gallery in Charlestown, MA. I was named one of five "standout artist to keep an eye on" in Maine Home + Design's September 2017 issue, and was a a featured artist in artmaine's 2017 annual guide.
If you live in the Boston area and would like to see my work in person, I am open for most SoWa First Fridays, from 5-9 PM on the first Friday of every month. I'm also open by appointment. Please stop by 450 Harrison Ave, studio 225 to say hello!
A large selection of my paintings are also on view in the Boston, MA, Natick, MA and Concord, NH showrooms of Pompanoosuc Mills furniture. With New England roots, a focus on custom, handcrafted fine furniture, and a commitment to green manufacturing, Pompy is a perfect place to show my work. Stop by to see my paintings in their showrooms at 419 Boylston Street in Boston, Route 9 in Natick and 100 N Main Street in Concord, NH.