About Me

I am an artist living within a psychiatrist. In my practice, I strive to help patients reconcile conflicts between past and present. This has spurred my interest in the relentless passage of time and the transition from old to new, perhaps most evident in a series of paintings of the old Neve Tzedek neighborhood in Tel Aviv, Israel. As with neighborhoods, things change.

Although I began painting at fifteen, I resumed my painting career in 2002, after a hiatus of over 40 years, at the Acorn Gallery in Marblehead, Massachusetts and more recently under the tutelage of Bonnie Posselli in Salt Lake City. I am a member of the Park City Professional Artists’ Association.