I work both in studio and outdoors. I adhere to the old adage "light is the bringer of beauty" and my work has a strong emphasis on light. "Chasing the light" best describes my journey.
I attended UMass Dartmouth courtesy of the GI Bill. For thirty years I was an art instructor and Department Chair at Oliver Ames High School in Easton, Mass. I also taught painting through Northeastern U. Professional Development Institute for seven years.
I maintain Studio 204 at 450 Harrison Ave. in the SoWa Arts District and currently show at Gallery 31 in Orleans, Mass. My work has been on display at the Yellow Barn Galley in Maryland, Pearl Street Gallery in Chelsea, Ma, Joseph Moakley Federal Courthouse, Boston, just to name a few.
My wife of 48 years and I currently reside in Marina Bay Quincy, Mass.