I studied at the Philadelphia Museum College of Art, The School of Visual Arts in
New York, the Burlington Cultural Center Burlington Ontario,
and Sheridan College, Oakville Ontario Canada.
      My background is primarily in graphic design, but I now spend all my
time working at my current profession, painting.

      I began working in watercolors in 1957. Later I moved to Orange County, NY,
where I began to sell my work, mostly watercolor landscapes. I moved to Canada
on business (opening a branch office) and ended up living there for some time,
painting and selling my work when time permitted.

            In 1991 my family and I moved to Florida, and now reside in Punta Gorda.
I am presently a member of the Charlotte County Visual Art Center, The Charlotte County
Arts And Humanities Council. I am a signature member of the Florida Watercolor Society and am an associate
member of the AWS.
            I am a member of the Sea Grape Gallery in Punta Gorda, Florida.
 My work can also be seen at
the campus of FGCU and the Visual Art Center
            I teach basic watercolor and a free veterans basic art course at the Visual Art Center.

            In a prior life I owned my own advertising agency and through the years was privileged
to work on such accounts as Volkswagen, Mercedes Benz, Volvo, Monsanto, Degussa,
Becton-Dickinson and many more. I worked on the styling for the first portable phone,
electric golf cart,  automatic pipette and the company that invented the Zip Lock bag.