• New Commission on view at CSHHC

    If you visit Cornell Scott Hill Health Center at 428 Columbus Avenue in New Have, CT, you’ll see a new painting on the wall. I finished “Neighborhood Rhythm” (oil on canvas, 92″ x 24″) last year- a piece inspired by the interconnected community in New Haven.

    CSHHC interviewed me about the piece-you can check it out below. It’s part of their new art program featuring the work of local artists in their clinics.


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I invite you to learn how to draw with me at one of my classes in New York City or New Haven, CT. Enjoy personal attention and specific guidance on how to overcome common drawing and painting challenges. The classes focus on sharpening your observational skills, drawing subjects in proportion, understanding light and shadow, and composition. Expand your creative potential by gaining the skills required to express yourself through graphic media- and have fun doing it!

View more information about my teaching approach and a full list of my classes.

  • Perspective for Young Artists

    Creative Arts Workshop
    IN PERSON Saturdays, 1/21–1/28
    9:30 am–11 am

    Learn how to make 3D-looking images using one of the best drawing tools out there – perspective!  The class will cover the basic concepts of what perspective is, how perspective drawing matches up to how we see, and how to create your own perspective drawings.  One and two-point perspective will be covered.

  • Understanding Foreshortening in Figure Drawing

    Creative Arts Workshop
    New Haven, CT
    IN PERSON Saturdays, 4/15–4/22
    9:30 am–12:30 pm

    Artists are often confused when drawing a view of the figure that has an arm or a leg that “sticks out” at us. This class will teach new mental models for understanding the human form that are more flexible and can accommodate a wide range of views. We’ll draw from the live model and get you more sure with your foreshortening.

  • Fundamentals of Drawing (online)

    Art Students League
    New York City

    Mondays and Thursdays, 7:00pm – 8:30 pm ET
    Starts September 9, 2022!  Registration is ongoing on a monthly basis.

    This class teaches the basics of structural drawing, depicting light and shadow, and composition through the study of still-life objects. The class is designed to give students a clear process of looking and drawing that can be used both for simple objects and more complicated subjects. Each month will focus on a slightly different topic: contours, perspective, values, sketching, and others. The class is open to all skill levels but is designed to give beginning students a friendly but rigorous place to start drawing.