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ABOUT

Artist

Studied Clinical Social Work at Stony Brook University

People and their stories always fascinated me and became a theme in my art. The plight of Latino day workers on Long Island became my “raison d’etre”.  Every day I would go to the Farmingville 7/11 where the workers would congregate in hopes of being picked for work. I painted and sketched them. I traveled to the vineyards and farms in order to sketch the laborers at work. The series of paintings produced at this time was displayed throughout the SUNY system on Long Island. Stony Brook purchased “The Soccer Players' ' which is hanging in The Department of Latino and Caribbean Studies.

LATEST EXHIBITS 
2022 
Mills Pond Gallery
"Inspired by Long Island" 
October 15 - November 19

660  25A Saint James
www.millspondgallery.org

On Exhibit
"Spring, West Meadow"
15w x 21h
Acrylic
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Setauket Artists Fine Art

The Neighborhood House
42 Annual Exhibition
(Oct. 23rd - Nov. 16th)
Reception, Sunday, Oct. 23rd., 1 -4pm
95 Main St. Setauket, NY
www.setauketartists.com

 

NEW HAT SERIES 

“Girl in a Hat”

29 w x 37h  

acrylic  

“City Girl”

19 w x 23H

acrylic

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Reboli Center for Art& History

64 Main St Stony Brook

rebolicenter.org

Open Tuesday-Saturday 11am - 5pm & Sunday 1pm - 5pm
Located at 64 Main Street, Stony Brook NY 11790
 

"Bridge and House, Ward Melville Park"

14 x 14

acrylic 

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Long Island Museum

"Everything Is Possible"
25A Stony Brook

longislandmuseum.org
Nov 17-Dec 18

On Exhibit
“Hope”

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