A Little Bit About the Artist…

After graduating from SUNY/Stony Brook with a BA in art history, I studied painting and drawing at the Boston Museum School.

After my studies, I relocated to New York City and began working as a freelance illustrator. I also began to create the earliest images that now make up my Conglomerate series.

Missing the intellectual interaction of an academic setting, I decided to go to graduate school to earn my masters and doctoral degrees in art history. This led to my career as an art historian and teacher of Historical Studio Practices.

I never ceased to create artworks after I returned to academic studies, and continue to do so to this day. This website is a showcase of my work over the years. There is always more on the way!

More About My Prints

The prints offered for sale on this site are currently available in two different varieties.

The first variety is called a Color Print. Each of my Color Print images are reproduced using the award-winning Xerox DocuColor system on 300g bright white, matte fine art paper specially crafted to produce high resolution, top quality prints that bring out the detail and texture of the original artwork.

The second print variety is of a slightly higher quality, and is known as a Giclee print. These prints preserve the integrity, hues, and tonalities of the original image. Although similar to a Color Print, Giclee prints are produced using a specialized printer similar to inkjets, but with a light proof ink. Giclee prints can be produced in black and white or color on any kind of paper or canvas. Images printed using Giclee printing come matted and bagged. They also include a Certificate of Authenticity.

If an image is currently unavailable in the type of print you’d like, you can always contact me regarding wholesale and special orders.