Artist Bio

Originally from Wales, in the UK. I established my craft in painting and 3-dimensional art, in clay & pot work. Since moving to the United States in 2002, I have progressively been working in the medium of oils and inks in an attempt to develop and identify his own unique style with a goal to exhibit work throughout the US.
My paintings are developed with a keen interest in design. I incorporate the use of strong color, line and shape into my work organically and like to introduce metallic qualities to my work to create a reflective component in particular light.

My connection and inspiration with Boston, nature and my personalized history of travelling across the globe, is what I use as my subject matter . My process of painting has been the primary goal in my work. Watching and experimenting with the use of technique, is what holds the fascination for me, and how all these elements interact with each other to evolve towards a final piece of work.”

In 1999 I attained a bachelor’s degree in counseling and found that the process of healing held parallel similarities to painting. As a result, I have worked as an art therapist with Children and developmentally challenged individuals.

I have won several national and State awards for my work creating art initiatives with challenged populations within the community. The “Association of Developmental Disabilities Provider Award” 2007 Best contemporary Artist in the medium of oil/acrylic category at the Narragansett Art festival, Rhode Island 2008. The 2007 “American Network of Community Options and Resources Award”, for Direct Professional Innovation.


Main Subject

Abstracts, flowers , design


Materials and Techniques

A combination of oil, acrylics and metallic paint used to form colorful mix medium abstracts with a reflective quality in some of the pieces.