My aesthetic approach is simple. I'm with Paul Klee, who said, "One eye sees, the other feels."
I earned a BA in Art / Education in 1971 at Goddard College and an MA in Visual Arts / Photography from Goddard in 1975, followed by post-graduate work in Industrial Technology at Central Connecticut State University and in Computer Science at the University of Hartford. I have worked at the intersection of art and technology throughout my career and have taught visual arts, photography, serigraphy, videography, desktop publishing, and web programming, as well as computer science, technical drawing, and engineering design.
Recent Exhibitions and Juried Selections:
Museum of Computer Art, Permanent Collection
Amanda Smith Gallery, "Gardens"'
LIMN Literary and Arts Journal, "Selected Images"
Exhibitions Without Walls, "The Human Experience"
Light, Space & Time, "Botanicals"
Tampa Museum of Art, "Five by Five"
The Darkroom Gallery (VT), "Photography by Design"
Black Box Gallery, "Photo Salon"
Silver Eye Gallery (Pittsburgh), "8X8"
Lenscratch, "Mysteries, Dreams, and Other Worlds"
The Artists News, July 2013 (feature)
Gulf Coast Art Directory, "The Human Side"
Words and Images 2014, University of Maine
After Nyne Magazine (UK), Featured Artist
Deep Water Literary Journal, 2014, "Loss"
Black Box Gallery, "Portraiture: Through the Lens"
Gulfstream Literary Magazine, Issue II, Spring 2014
Miracle Magazine, Issue 9: CAGE, June, 2014
Tupelo Quarterly, Issue 4, 2014