The Artist

I was a clinical social worker practicing psychotherapy for many years before entering the art world. I find many satisfying similarities between the two fields. They both allow for expression of deep emotion. They both are vehicles for humor and creativity.

Some of my tapestries and soft sculptures are literal, some abstract. Many contain creatures or figures that are part human. Some contain parts of human figures. Some are humorous, some grim.

I love the versatility of fiber art because of the limitless possibilities of color and texture.

Phone: +1-617-969-1997
Solo Exhibitions
2006 Jewish Community Center of Monmouth County
Deal Park, NJ
2002 Concord Art Association
Concord, MA
Jewish Community Center of Rhode Island
Providence, Rhode Island
2001 Display Case
Cambridge Art Association
Cambridge, MA
Small Group Exhibitions
2006 Fiber Art
South Shore Art Association @ South Shore Conservatory
Hingham, MA
2004 New Faces
South Shore Art Association
Cohasset, MA
2001 "Creatures in Cloth and Clay"
Upstairs at Johnson's
Newbury Street
Boston, MA
  University of California, Berkeley; BA Psychology
  University of Wisconsin, Madison; MSW Social Work
Art Courses Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Cambridge Center for Adult Education
Weaver's Guild of Boston
Studied with Marlene Marchelina, Master Weaver
  Cambridge Art Association
South Shore Art Association
Concord Art Association
Weavers Guild of Boston