My creative art work expresses my love of jazz music, the beauty in city life & nature and my experiences in Vietnam. I create art in various media to include acrylic, watercolor, pastels, pencil & ink, fiber, silkscreen, linocut and paper-making.

Discovered my passion for art in my early 70’s & it has made the golden years quite colorful. Art and music intersect on a daily basis in my life. Most pieces are an extension of where I come from and perhaps where I am going to in the future. Each painting is an experiment. As an artist my paintings speak to me and hopefully to others.

Work closely with a group of talented veterans at Frontline Arts creating paper made from deconstructed and repurposed military uniforms.

Born in Hoboken NJ and raised in Jersey City Heights. Army Medic – Vietnam. Currently retired & living in Hoboken, NJ. Managed jazz clubs, to include the legendary Half Note Jazz Club in Greenwich Village.

Orphans’ Opus ’68 art-piece on Combat Paper received the 1st place entry in the October 2015 National Veterans Creative Arts Festival in Durham, NC.

Past art exhibits include: Hoboken Historical Museum – Solo Show, FrontlineArts – Branchburg, NJ, Art House Productions – JC, JCAST, The Puffin Cultural Center – Teaneck NJ, National Veterans Creative Arts Festival in Durham – NC, My Lai Memorial Exhibit at Quaker House NYC, Grounds for Sculpture – NJ, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Holmdel, NJ