“Remember what you have seen…
As a child visiting my grandparents, I remember looking, really looking, at the paintings by my great grandfather, George de Forest Brush.
My grandmother took me to see The King and I on Broadway. I remember the intricate details of the costumes worn by Yul Brynner.
While studying art in Florence, I wove through the paths of Berenson’s Villa I Tatti.
When in Rhode Island, I like to go to the beach in Matunuck and watch the patterns of the invulnerable tide as it recedes from the shore.
Today, memory unfolds as I paint using an ancient technique while creating modern imagery that captures the beauty and excitement of the contemporary world around me.
…because everything forgotten returns to the circling winds”–Navajo Wind Chant