For over 30 years I have made music with my band, Antietam, in the role of guitarslinger. I have released nine albums to date with Antietam and five others in different guises.
However, in the tradition of many great rock and roll bands, it all started at art school. And, as I was studying to be a paintslinger at the Louisville School of Art in the late 1970s, my brush was hijacked by a six-string.
I have returned to making visual art passionately in the last decade, expanding on my original painterly path to make visuals using photography as well. And sometimes I like to make it all collide in sound, paint, and picture using the time-shifting potential of short films.
Recent shows include a one-woman instillation, “Elemental” at the Saki Gallery, Chicago, IL, in 2010, “New York Friends,” a group show at the Windhover Center For the Arts, Fond Du Lac, WI, in 2012, and works in “My Other Guitar Is a Paintbrush” (2012), “Alien Landscapes” (2013), and “Always Listen To Your Art” (2014) here at One Mile Gallery.