The mediums I work with are oil, watercolor and graphite.
I have studied Fine Art at Syracuse University, Rutgers University (BA), Montclair University, but most of my learning has come from studying with Harvey Dinnerstein, Sharon Sprung, Costa Vavagiakis and Michael Burban at the Art Students League in NYC.
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I find Cranford to be a really inspirational town to paint in. I guess there is some sentiment there but also the historical charm that is mostly still intact. Many of the building were built around the turn of the century (19 -20th).
Awnings On North Avenue (watercolor)
12" x 16"
The barber shop is unchanged from it's original state and seems to be run by some of the old school Italians. My grandfather was a barber and I believe he worked in a shop with a similar look. As kids, my brother and I used to try hide when he'd come over. He loved to cut hair and always seemed to cut it shorter than we wanted. After all we really liked the Beatles' look, but that was definitely out of the question. "Just a trim", he'd say.
I was pleased to get the good news that my oil painting of Maria won a Jean Gates Award from the Art Students League of New York. I painted this painting of her in May and actually forgot that I entered it in the competition which was judged last month.