Yes to Integrity

As a member of The Boston Printmakers, I have made the following triptych for the members show, 2016, A State Of Mind. Energy conservation, wealth opportunity, LGBT rights, global warming, issues of national security, immigration, animal rights, voter suppression, or issues of privacy are some of the concerns facing our Read More

Absence & Presence

Absence and Presence A Printmaking Response to the Bombing at Al Mutanabbi Street In 2013, printmakers from around the world were invited to make prints for the Al-Mutanabbi Street Project.  Each artist was asked to reflect and respond to the bombing of the bookseller’s quarter in Baghdad in 2007 and Read More

A Better Cup of Tea

To create my art, I often use undisguised everyday objects that have non-artistic functions. I have been collecting used tea bags, their wrappers and labels for years. Since 2011, I have been working on an ongoing art project, A Better Cup Of Tea, with the common thread being used tea Read More

Installation: Frame 301 Gallery, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA

I have been invited to do an Art Installation at the  Frame 301 Gallery, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA. For years I have collected used tea bags, their wrappers and their labels. Since 2011, I conceptualized an ongoing project with the common thread being the tea bags and their Read More

Schwamb Mill Artistry & Craftsmanship Today

I am participating in the Schwamb Mill Artistry & Craftsmanship Today exhibition hosted by the Old Schamb Mill to celebrate the 150th Anniversary. 17 Mill Lane at 29 Lowell St., Arlington, Mass  See directions here June 21 – September 6, 2014 Opening Reception: Saturday, June 21th, 2:30 pm – 4:30pm Read More


Demoiselles Series, is a series of prints created using a combination of collagraph and image transfer techniques. Fascinated by found objects, I have collected discarded objects as a part of my creative process for many years. One day, I was working with run-over cans collected from the street, inking and Read More

Lost Jar

In 2009, I did an artist residency at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT. The residency program hosts national and international artists and writers. During my two-week long residency, evenings were scheduled to provide resident artists the chance to share their work. One evening, artist resident and writer Michael Read More