Artists are often asked about their process. Mine is dictated by the impetus of the medium. I make art in many media, predominantly 2D, allowing that decision to be directed the image I am producing. From 32' scroll oil paintings on gessoed paper to figure panels of torn paper on 4'-5' wooden panels, woodblock prints, small lush pastels, and large chiroscuro figure studies in black & white, I choose to keep my movement from one media to another as fluid as the subjects I am drawn to.

All work currently showing on my page are collages.

I have actively been involved in supporting the local arts community and artists for many years. Founder & curator in the 1980s of "Inesse: Emerging Women Artists", under the auspices of the Binghamton Women's Center and sponsored in part by the Broome County Arts Council. Inesse offered aspiring women artists both from the university and community at large, an opportunity to exhibit their work in the space that is now occupied by the Cooperative Gallery. Co-owner of the former "Into Art" fine art supply store on State Street. Co-founder, former officer and current exhibiting member of Cooperative Gallery 213 on State Street. Graduated summa cum laude from Binghamton University with a BFA in painting.

Co-creator of the "CHALLENGE CIRCLE: Creating In Place ~ Keeping In Touch ~ Supporting Each Other" our response to COVID-19 is the Art version of the Gossip Game,creating at the end of two rounds 198 pieces of work from 14 gallery members. Curated along with spouse Judy Salton, numerous exhibitions at the Cooperative Gallery 213 including "The Figure Show", "ATC" (Artist Trading Cards), the "Collaborative" members exhibition and "The Off the Wall Show". Exhibited in various non-juried & juried exhibitions, including several International Mini Print Shows. Work chosen in 2018 & 2019 for projection of local art at LUMA: Projection Arts Festival, Binghamton NY. First Place Special Themed Edibles category in Tioga County's 2019 Regional Art Show: Everyday Life, Every Day Art.