Brooklyn College, 1978
The New School, 1982
My painting is a direct byproduct of intense
involvement in improvisational music and free-verse poetic composition. It is
about change and movement, balance and unity, and ultimately about natural
order. What drives movement is tension. I like to think of my paintings as
places where the most divergent and surprising things collide, converging at
just the right time into new expressions of unity.