A late 20th-century Impressionist painter, he grew up in New York and earned a scholarship to the Art Students League.
In the mid-1960s as a young man in his early twenties, he began working with and subsequently adopted the Impressionist
color theories of Henry Hensche in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
His primary subject matter is from the landscape near his home on Cape Cod, but he frequently travels in France and Italy
and also depicts public parks and gardens.
He is a member of the Society of American Impressionists.
Wild Flowers, Bass River
Oil on Canvas - 11" x 14" - Frame - 17 1/4" x 20 1/4" - Painted in 1989