Philadelphia landmark taken from atop William Penn
Moss Rehab "All About Art" Exhibition Philadelphia, Pa,
Dorothy and I pictured in front of my six watercolor submissions.
I observe as a sales associate places a red dot on one of the three
paintings of my paintings on opening night. The red dot indicates
the painting has been purchased.
William Penn Foundation "Art Ability" Satellite Traveling Art Exhibition
               2 Logan Square, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
William Penn Reception
Morning Rush Hour
The Auxiliary of University Medical Center at Princeton
       ART FIRST!
 Patrons' Preview Party
MaryBeth Sherr and I
enjoyed great
conversation together
A quiet moment alone to reflect on my watercolor art. I always look
forward to the Art First Venue each year. It is a tremendous
opportunity for me to showcase my art.
          Narrows Botanical Gardens Festivals
              Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, New York
                         "Art in the Park "
           Sundays in Spring ,Summer, and Fall
Narrows Botanical Gardens May 17, 2009
Fence Art
The weather was cold, windy and cloudy, but the "Art in the Park" Festival went on!
It was really difficult to display my watercolors along the fence, and it took lots of rope
and string to hold the paintings in place.
Attendance was down and the few hardy souls that strolled the Shore Road Promenade
were very interested in the paintings and card display. We were entertained by a duet of
a violinist and a classical guitarist at the NBG Garden.  
Waverly Heights
Bryn Mawr's Art Ability Satellite Exhibitions
Traveling exhibitions change throughout the year, so check my upcoming
exhibitions web page for new Bryn Mawr Exhibits
I traveled to Gladwyne, Pa. to attend the opening reception and exhibition at Waverly Heights located in the serene countryside, I
met with fellow artists and had the pleasure to spend time with demonstrating artist Sal Panasci.  The selected pieces of artwork
in the exhibit are from Bryn Mawr's permanent collection anand part of a traveling satellite exhibition of works by artists with
    Crestwood Market Place, Whiting, New Jersey, held yearly in the month of June each year.
This is always a fun venue. I am a member of the Crestwood Artist Guild here in my home town of
Whiting, New Jersey. Every June, many of the artists in the guild participate in an annual outdoor
show in the Marketplace located on Route 530 and Schoolhouse Road. The weather was fantastic
and the exhibition a success for all.
The Anthony J. Zaremba Champions of Courage Garden at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, New
York has added a shade Gazebo to the enabling garden. The gazebo posts are constructed of
natural tree trunks and the open graduated design of the top of the shade gazebo depicts an
aesthetic and natural look that blends with the beauty of the community gardens and surrounding
picnic area.  The accessible garden enables wheelchair bound gardeners the opportunity to garden
without barriers. Garden made possible with a grant from the Berlex Drug Company.
Exhibition at a local nursery in my hometown of Whiting, New Jersey with the members of the Crestwood Artist Guild. It
was a balmy but warm Fall day and my artist friends in the guild displayed their art and crafts in the parking lot. It was
attended by both art aficionados and nature lovers.
Crestwood Artist Guild
members discuss technique
while awaiting the arrival of art
patrons on a beautiful sunny day.
Dr, Mark Lynch, DC of VIP Chiropractic
Bayville stopped by to view the
exhibits and photo cards.
Many visitors to Shamrock
Gardens viewed the artwork
displayed in the parking lot.
The gentleman above was
looking for a watercolor of  
my Babe Ruth, and happily he
found one! Go Yankees!
Sketchbook Project 2014
Travels the USA and Canada from
March 2014-October 2014.
A traveling library on wheels, my
sketchbook is going on the
trip. Check it out. Details on my
upcoming exhibition page.