My urban loft painting studio is a great industrial space of nearly 3,000 square feet, filled with natural light, and 360 degree views along the Iron to Arts Corridor.
On the top floor over Flood City Cafe, this studio has a refreshing vantage point to watch the morning light roll across the mountain side, and the afternoon glow bounce across orange mill rooftops and church steeples. These scenes are especially picturesque in October while the Fall foliage is ablaze.
This is where I enjoy laying out several bodies of work while creating solo and collaborative exhibits.
I renovated an 1890's mansion, into ArtHouse6,
with galleries, tasting rooms, studios, and lodging,
so more artists and patrons can visit the region and explore their inspiration.
My painting career is shaped through collaborations and explorations in residency, and being commissioned to work on site, from congressional offices on Capitol HIll in DC, to NYC destinations, including my former studio overlooking Central Park (pictured here), as well as plein air sites and studios in Italy, France, and throughout United States.