Bachelor's in Fine Art, Gordon College, Wenham MA
Master's in Education, Saint Joseph's College of Maine, Standish ME
Certificate in Natural History Illustration, University of Newcastle, Callaghan NSW Australia
I'm red/green colorblind, and for the longest time I didn't really think that mattered that much in my art. But as I have gotten older, I have realized that the way that I see things is probably a little different than yours, and that variance in perception is what makes a painting that I make my truth. There are a lot of things that affect how I see the world - from where I grew up, what kind of support I've had, to the privileges afforded to me. And there are even more things that affect the way that I put a brush to canvas - from the time that I fell into a barbed wire fence when I was six and my left ring finger is still a little wonky, to my occasional impatience mixing colors on a palette. My art is the sum of my experiences whether intentional or not.
Sometimes it may seem like an artist made an interesting choice on a canvas. But I think what is much more interesting is the choices that the artist wasn't able to make.
Center for Maine Contemporary Art
Knox County Art Society
Maine Arts Commission
2000 May Gordon College Senior Thesis Exhibition, Wenham, MA
2020 May-June "Yellow" Juried Exhibition, Colors of Humanity Art Gallery, Everett, PA
2020 June - July "Nature" Juried Exhibition, Contemporary Art Room Gallery
2020 June - July "Seascapes" Juried Exhibition, Light Space Time Gallery - Special Recognition
2020 November - December, Knox County Art Society Show, Camden Public Library