List of works
Model in blue jacket
Model with flowers
Seated Model
Women in Red and Gold
King David's Tower, Jerusalem
Autumn St-Sauveur
L'automne Lac Beauchamps no.1
Celebration Montreal 350 Anniversary
Construction from Nature

Model in blue jacket, 1995

Flowers, 1995

Women in Red and Gold, 1993

Geraniums, 1995
Seated Model, 1993

L'automne Lac Beauchamps no.1, 1993

Education: 1983 Bachelor of Fine Arts with distinction, Concordia University, Montréal, Québec.

Exhibitions: 1996 Les Femmeuses '96, Pratt & Whitney; Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Sales and Rental Gallery; Galerie Jean-Claude Bergeron, Ottawa, Ontario.
1994 Work on Paper and Mylar Solo, Gallery Sheila Roth, Toronto, Ontario.
1993 Figures and Faces.Solo, Galerie Barbara Silverberg, Montréal, Québec.

Accreditations: 1996 Member of Fine Arts Advisory Council, Concordia University.
1992 Member of Conseil de la Peinture du Québec.
1986 Member of Conseil Québécoise de l'Estampe.

Collections: Canadian Corporate Funding Ltd, Montreal; Touche-Ross, Toronto; Rockwell Investments Ltd., Montreal; Canderel, Montreal; Thompson, Hine & Flory, Cleveland, Ohio; Canadian Pacific, Montréal.

Prizes: 1984 Concordia University Gallery, Montreal, Quebec, juried exhibition, prize accorded.
- Loomis and Tooles Prize in Lithography, Concordia University, Montréal, Québec.

Artist's Statement:
My work is a pictorial diary of whom and what I see and the space in which I live. I start with a thought, an image or a model. It always changes. It is a process of problem solving. One stage leads me on to the next. It is part thought out and intellectualized - it is part pure expressionism. I paint and print on papers that are sensuous to touch and allow me to rip, tear and rearrange images. I make collages with prints, paintings, drawings and photographs. I work with materials that allow for energetic marks - thick paints, pastels, charcoal, oil sticks, spatulas, big brushes - and, most important, color. The layers and juxtaposition of image and color is what my work is about. To me, the excitement comes with the discovery of a new level of expression of experience, where the image, the color, the mark and the idea fuse into one, creating a new completeness.