My work has been presented at Ft. Mason in San Francisco, at the O'Hanlon Center in Mill Valley, CA, in New York City at the Roerich Museum, at New York's City's Vasarely Gallery; and also at the Collective for Living Cinema.
My artwork found original expression in environmental and performance art. One major project in which I took part was the "Floating Island, a work designed by artists and architects involving the sinking of a two-ton barge 200 feet off the island of Waikiki to serve as a performance stage for an audience of 2,000. Another was an Earth Day "Icehenge"in Bradford, MA in which the inner burial circle of Stonehenge was recreated from 50 and 100 pound blocks of ice.
I was educated at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston where I received a B.F.A. in Art Education/Media. I also studied at the University of Florence, Italy, New York University and at the College of Marin in Marin County, California.
In addition to my artwork, I have worked as a production assistant for the "Year of the Child" television special sponsored by the United Nations, and staff member of the Education Department of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts. I taught art and photography in the Boston public Schools and conducted art and creativity workshops in San Francisco, Boston and New York.
Along with physicist Michel DuGuay, I patented a Guided Light Diffuser, United States Patent 4989933. Guided Light Diffuser
My art portfolio site is here: MLight Art