Friday, September 2, 2016

Feathered Chronicle

36" x 40"
Acrylic on Canvas
Currently on Display at the Akin Library and Natural Museum
in Pawling New York

Winged Chronicle

34" x 62"
Acrylic on Canvas
Currently on display at the Akin Library and Natural Museum
in Pawling NY

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Saturday, January 2, 2016

Inside Myself

Acrylic on Masonite
18" x 24"

Inside Myself, You're Calling Me
Just Let Me Be and Set Me Free
My Other Self Takes All Control
Will I Die?
-Inside Myself  VAMPS

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Dive to Blue

"Lets's tear apart from this existence
 and slip away to the sky"
-"Dive to Blue" L'Arc~en~CIel


The sister of Midnight Moon

"The blue sky slows it's breathing
 to embrace the setting sun.
As I held you
I closed my eyes."
-Orenji no Taiyou (The Orange Sun)
Gackt and Hyde

Monday, February 9, 2015

My Heart

I'm Dead and It's Too Late
My Living Essence Unchained, and Now
I'm Just a Whisper in Your Night, Unheard and Unseen
Yet My Heart's Unchanged.
-VAMPS  "Ghost"

Acrylic painting on masonite
18x22 inches

This painting is showing at Front Street Gallery in Patterson NY
  mid-February until mid-March

Friday, January 9, 2015


Zero is where it all begins
Zero is where it all ends up
When they cross, just where do you belong?

Acrylic On Canvas   
24" x 36"
With real barbed wire and raccoon skull

Saturday, January 3, 2015


"The Core of a Loving Heart Defies All Scientific Reason.
Love Isn't Perceived Through the Eyes, It's Felt Through the Heart.
That's Why It's So Hard"
~ "Everlasting" ~

Roses and Dragonflies in Shanghai

Dragonflies. Big ones. Hundreds of them, swarming above and around the lake.
Beautiful, mesmerizing.

  Roses. Lining the building. All colors, each with a different scent. Beautiful. Perpetual summer.
Drawings done this past July, Shanghai, China.

Friday, November 28, 2014

Angel's Tale

As a child, my favorite toys were my paper dolls and my Colorforms kits.
I enjoyed creating clothes and scenery for my dolls, and re-arranging them.
I decided to create a life-sized paper doll- with detachable wings and arms.
I wanted the "hole" in the belly to stay "open", so I could place whatever I wanted to on any given day inside, depending on my mood. Currently, a paper rose resides inside.
This piece was created for a show of drawings created by women in Poughkeepsie NY.



Sunday, June 15, 2014


Acrylic on Foamcore

Midnight Moon

Mixed Media sculpture
40 inches tall

This piece was originally called " Deep Red " or " RedRum".
I felt like neither name really fit her.
I expressed this to her new owners and told them that they should listen and feel in their hearts what her "real" name is- since I believed that she would tell it to them eventually.
I was recently told that she indeed revealed her real name- to two young girls, aged 4 and 6. They declared that her name was Midnight Moon. 
Later on, the owner received two glasses in his mailbox, with the stamp " Midnight Moon" on them.
A wonderful coincidence.