About Me & My Studio in The Hamptons:

I have been designing and building one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture since I open the door to my studio in 1995. My studio is in the Hamptons, Sag Harbor to be exact. I spent a lot of time in the Hamptons growing up. My father is among the artists who came out here in the 1950s following Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. I spent a lot of time around my father and his fellow abstract expressionist painters and sculptors so the Hamptons were on my short list of places to settle when I was looking to start my career as an artist. It turns out this is one of the best moves I could have made for my early career. I had the pleasure of interacting with artists of international accomplishment. Their support and guidance helped me to find  my way as a furniture maker. From the very beginning artist like Ibram Lassaw and Howard Kanovitz accepted my work as sculpture.

All of a sudden 17 years have past. I'm still in the Hamptons and still enjoying it very much. I now show my work at at places like the longhouse reserve in East Hampton New York, the home of Jack Lenor Larson. I also have been showing in South Hampton at the Tripoli Gallery of contemporary Art. In Bridgehampton I have been showing with the Silas Marder Gallery. My career has transcended the East end of Long Island and I have developed a reputation for making sculptural furniture on a national scale.

You can follow links from this page to excerpts from articles in the press, biography, resume, social media and links to fellow artists and organizations that I believe in. Along with the numerous opportunities to see my work in Hampton, including a studio visit, I show my work in New York City every spring so sign up for my mailing list or connect with me on one of the social sites.  Come and have a look at the newest of my work.
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