$200 framed, graphite on paper/graphite on vellum overlay

sketching series

Not for sale, graphite on paper


dialogue 7:1

$150 framed, gouache on paper, 2007


dialogue 6:2

SOLD, $150 framed (each), gouache on paper, 2007


upcoming openings...

september 13, 2007 6-10pm
group show: neighborhood portraits
location: demitasse cafe, 1066 w. taylor street, chicago

september 19, 2007 6-9pm
group show: u of m alumni art exhibition
location: madron llc, 1000 w. north avenue, chicago

october 26, 2007 6-12midnight
group show: marwen art fair
location: berkowitz gallery, 833 n. orleans street, chicago


water scrolls

$150, gouache on paper, 2007


sketch of dialogue 6:2

Not for sale, charcoal on paper, 2007

36 and a half

$150, gouache on paper, 2007



Gifted, oil and mediums on paper, 2006

bottles and cans

use space, the painting needs to breathe to be interesting--castagnacci

Not for sale, acrylic on chipboard, 2000

running 1: cascais

SOLD, $300, oil on canvas, 2006

san miniato

Gifted, oil on canvas board, 2007


dialogue 5:7

work to be displayed soon...

$100 for each print, installation piece with final work exhibited, digital photography and oil painting, 2007

dialogue 4:3

The ambiguity is the connection.

$800, 24"x36", oil on canvas, 2007
SOLD (1 of 2), $300 each, 9.75"x20", oil on canvas, 2007

dialogue 3:1

SOLD, $500, oil on canvas, 2006


dialogue 2:6

SOLD, $75 each (bottom two left and middle right), oil on canvas, 2005

dialogue 1:2

pronounced di-a-log one(part of series) of two(number of pieces); This was the first work I exhibited to my community. I was asked to submit two paintings from a course I was a participant. It was the first time I sold works and wanted to price them inexpensively so that anyone from any social class could be an art buyer/collector. I sold both paintings for $30, one to a 18 year old college student and one to a retired professor between 60-70 years old. I sold the works with the stipulation that the young man meet with the older woman for dinner and conversation. The young man emailed me later to update me on what transpired. It turned out that after meeting and having a lovely dinner, the retired professor asked her husband, a business owner, to give this young college student a summer internship. He agreed.