“Go up into the gaps. If you can find them; they shift and vanish too. Stalk the gaps. Squeak into a gap in the soil, turn, and unlock-more than a maple- a universe.” -annie dillard
My work has always been about following a sacred curiosity, an investigation of liminal, in-between spaces and the layers beneath everyday experience. I use paint, clay, photography to communicate the connection of sky and earth, color and form, grief and gratitude, humans and place, cells and stones. My work in each medium searches for the same discovery- of a larger interconnectedness within this specific time and place.
I received my MFA in 2005 from Vermont College of Fine Art and have studied Art at Parson’s School of Design, Tel Aviv University, Norwich University’s Vermont School of Fine Art and The University of Vermont. I continue to work in my studio in Burlington’s South End, Vermont.