Fine Art | Sculpture
My work has always been a personal memoir. My life journey and that of my ancestors are intertwined with the cultural richness of Judaism and of the many lands we have called home.
I am both a painter and a sculptor.
My paintings are about the richness of my cultures translated into color and movement. I create a clayprint. Then I stretch it on a board and continue the process by adding mixed media.
My sculptures have been primarily about the strength and hardships of the ‘other’. The various dark clays and earth tones I’ve used emphasized the burdens they have carried.
In contrast, my latest series “InBodied Light” is about what connects us all, the inner infinite energy. For these pieces I use resin polymer because it is a perfect conduit of light and the textured surface reflects the light in dozens of directions.
I have shown my work in juried, invitational, group and solo exhibitions from New York to Corsica, from California to Paris. My work is in private and corporate collections around the world.