Location: United States
Taught darkroom photography to adults for twelve years. Conducted a photography course entitled, "THE ART OF SEEING" at Rutgers State University. Member of the Professional Women Photographers in New York. Past President of the South Shore Camera Club on Long Island. Judge of photography competitions and presenter of photo shows for the past 28 years. Gave presentations at the Photographic Society of America Foto Fest in NYC and at the University of
Massachusetts in Amherst.
Received numerous awards for nature, landscape, black and white & color prints. Exhibited at the Nassau County Museum of Art, the Hubbard Museum in New Mexico, Pfizer, the Durst Organization, the Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado, the Art Way Gallery in Princeton, New Jersey and the Cork Gallery in Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center in New York.
I take my original photographs and alter them in different ways. Some are etched, cut, re-assembled until they take on a different look.
I took small parts of photographs and made this assemblage.
I attached a tube of mylar to the front of the camera lens and took this pix of piano keys. Whatever is reflected in the mylar looks distorted.
I took this at the 2000 summer Olympics in Atlanta. I made two prints and cut each of them in i/2" lines vertically. Then, I pasted one from print A and the other from print B 1/2" up and the other 1/2" down to get a kinetic effect.
I made multiple copies of items symbolic of NYC. I cut them out, glued them with a 3-D glue and made this 3-D photograph.