Artist StatementI have been a printmaker for the past 35 years. Recently I invented a non-toxic method of printmaking called carborundum intaglio which mimics classical etching without dangerous acids and solvents. I have a deep, spiritual connection to nature. My botanical prints my view that flowers are miracles. The serene landscape of my second home and studio on the Eastern shore is my inspiration and solace. I am a founding member of the Washington Printmakers Gallery, currently located in Silver Spring and am an on-line member of the Jane Haslem Gallery. My work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and has received numerous awards.
Born in Austria, attended University of Maryland, graduated with a BA.Studied in Rome, Italy in the late 60s and learned printmaking. Took post graduate courses at Montgomery College and the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
Had a solo show at the Washington Printmakers Gallery every other year since 1983 until the past 6 years. My last retrospective was at the Austrian Embassy in 2006.
I have been an art teacher at Grace Episcopal Day School since 30 years.
I have lived in Silver Spring since 40 years, have two sons and three granddaughters.