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My career as an artist began with painting watercolors on location on the rocky coast of Maine in the late 1970’s. Over the years my work became increasingly more abstract. This opened up unlimited possibilities for future interpretations in paint. My work became increasingly concerned about color and I stopped working outdoors on location and moved into the studio.
In 2007 while in residency in Taos, New Mexico, my work made a significant shift to a more controlled hard edged geometry which led me down the path of non-objective abstraction.
Today, I draw inspiration from the rich culture and beauty of my home in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. My most recent works feature hard edge lines, shape and a bold restricted color palette.