After years of city living in NY, my studio is now in the Pocono Mountains. My studio is a temple, sanctuary, workhouse and prison. It’s a place that I respect and my favorite place to be. It can be both chaotic and calm and provides me with both pleasure and pain. It’s magical.
I use a lot of tailoring patterns, sometimes they are affixed to the surface of a painting and other times they are used while I work through a composition.
I love shopping for supplies, making a mess in the studio and then building crates to send off works to their new homes!