|Man with Some Restraints|
Wood is a wonderful medium. You can cut it up, glue it back together, build with it, carve it, paint it and, if things don't work out, you can burn it up and it will keep you warm. You can use your wood chips to mulch your garden. It smells nice when you're working with it. David Bowie once said that in the future people would want to come home and touch something made of wood. That was a long time ago... so I think it's true now.
Graduated from The Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in sculpture in 1978.
1982 - Founding member World Sculpture Racing Society and winner of the World's First Sculpture Race, Cambridge MA
Represented by Martina Hamilton Gallery in NYC from 1984-89 .
Represented by Genovese/Sullivan Gallery in Boston from 1994-2007.
Currently represented by GW Einstein Co. in NYC
2003 - mid career retrospective, “Puppets, Ghosts and Zombies” at the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, MA, which traveled in 2004 to the Kilkenny Arts Festival in Kilkenny, Ireland and in 2005 to the McColl Center in Charlotte, NC.
Featured in the PBS series “Art Close Up” in 2004
In 2005 collaborated with the theater company, Molasses Tank Productions, in “Acts of Futility”, a staging of six one act plays by Samuel Beckett that drew on imagery from her work.
2010-15 - collaborated with film maker Peter Antony on the short film, “Night and Day”.
Collections: Addison Gallery, The Davison Art Center, DeCordova Museum, Fogg Art Museum, Boston Public Library, NY Public Library, Fidelity Investments, WellingtonManagement