Since childhood my heart and mind have always been involved with the natural world. In my life as an artist I have filled many different series of paintings, prints, frescoes, and artist’s books about and with selected issues and specimens gleaned from Nature. My works concerning our world include the earth as well as beyond this Universe.
Throughout my studies in geology, anthropology, Egyptology, and environmental sciences, I have sought to expand the artistic statements and formal aspects of my work while always keeping my vision of unifying art and science as a primary focus.
My paintings and prints have traveled around the world on exhibit in seven United States Embassies, always in politically hot climates such as Egypt, Yemen, Panama, and Ethiopia.
It was always my hope that my art would aid the environment in the Embassies to do their work representing the United states as a country whose mission was expand relationships around the world.
My TRIPTYCH FRESCO SCULPTURES. a work of three eight foot attached panels painted on both sides were shown at the United Nations Fourth World Conference for Women in China.
My work is represented in museum collections and my artworks have been exhibited in several museums including the Islip Art Museum and The Queens Museum of Art.
CHULLPA, a large multimedia work concerning ancient Peruvian culture was exhibited at the Musee du Pays et Val de Charmey, Switzerland.