Happy to announce that My work is being included in the #NotBroken Virtual Art Exhibition. The exhibit will be from September 10 to October 10, 2020. The theme of the show is what is needed, besides staying safe, to keep our spirits strong, healthy and positive. I will post a link to the exhibit as soon as it’s available. 

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Life In Miami

Thank you to the editors of NAWA NOW, Sandra Bertrand and Sarah Katz for featuring me in the summer newsletter regarding my new artist life in Miami and how it compares to New York. Here I am standing in front of Louis Rosemont's brilliant mural "Ms Annacarona". If interested, please click the image to make larger and more readable. If you'd like to read the whole article here's the link:


Public Art

Okay, it’s a stretch but I’m counting this as public art.


Is Anyone Out There?

"Is Anyone Out There?" is my first digital painting. As many of you know, I've worked many years in oil and acrylic. I am now dipping my toes in digital painting to see if I like it as a third medium. This was done freehand on Procreate. I wanted to express the isolation and sadness of a deadly pandemic and a world on fire. If you look closely you'll see the houses are marked for plague and the stars have turned blue.

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NAWA Museum of Art

Happy to announce another virtual exhibit in our new abnormal. This one is at (on? )the "NAWA Virtual Museum of Art". The exhibit is hanging in 4 different galleries and my anti-body shaming painting "Shut The Shame Up" is in the Liana Moonie Gallery. The exhibit will be up through August 25th. Here's the link:…/269410408/long-gallery-26782/

Shut The Shame Up

Mana Contemporary Virtual Studios

Over 250 artist virtual studios. And it’s free. Come to my studio and see 10 of my paintings. Here’s a sneak preview of 1 of them, “The Ultimate High” which is about the opioid crisis.


Art Activism

Because of the rioting after the horrific murder of George Floyd many NYC storefronts were boarded up. Artists came out and started painting them. For some reason I find this very hopeful.

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Does This Count As Public Art

I do love NY.

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Thumbs Up To Jessica DiLorenzo

What a surprise to find that my painting Thumbs Up inspired a happy dance party to help up through the pandemic. The painting bookends the video while inspirational messages are read as it is being shown.

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Women Artists Coming Together

The NAWA Florida Chapter's first Online Art Salon was incredible. The power of women artists.

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