I was born in Washington, DC and raised in Alexandria, Virginia. As a teenager, I spent much of my time haunting the galleries of Washington. I was entranced by the Medieval and Renaissance rooms in the National Gallery. The influence of that time spent is evident in my work. I work in watercolor on paper or wood. I enhance my portraits on wood with gold leaf and collage. My acrylics are more abstract than realistic. These paintings explore my love of the sea. I also work in stained glass.
My paintings run between $95 to $2000.
My portraits run between $425 to $725 - size plays a part in cost.
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