This 24x36" oil painting on canvas was inspired by my childhood memories of summer which were spent near the sea. I still cherish the many breathtaking sunsets I was able to experience during that period of my life.
This 36x24" oil painting on canvas was inspired by my love for the color purple, and my habit to daydream while gazing at the landscape at dawn. This piece placed 1st in the SUNY Empire State College 8th Annual Student Art Competition.
This 36x24" oil on canvas was based on a sketch I drew of my neighbor's tree. This painting captures my love for the moon, unique trees, and my inclination to include surrealistic elements in the composition.
This 36x24" acrylic on canvas started as an abstract experimentation and slowly developed into a surrealistic little village towered by a solitary, tall tree.
A Tribute to Vincent Vang Gogh
This 18x24" acrylic painting on canvas truly expresses my love for the moon and the nocturnal landscape. At night everything is more mysterious and mystical. I used a glass beads medium to create the glossy texture of the sky and water, and I used ceramic stucco to create the rough texture of the land. (Private Collection)
This 24x12" acrylic painting was loosely based on a photo taken by illustrator, Mitzie Testani in Central New York. I was intrigued by the contrast between the solitary tree in the distance and the rich group of wildflowers in the foreground (Private Collection)