My education in the arts started in Ceramics while in New York at Greenwich House Pottery and Alfred University. I came to California in 1959 and have lived and worked in Santa Monica ever since.
I create works of art in a variety of media using geometric language and symbolic imagery: content both abstract and familiar.
In the late 1960s and '70s my work was focused on the Ecology, Women’s and Survival issues.
In the '80s I created works in handmade paper, art books, paintings and bronze sculptures inspired by my translations from Hebrew to English of the writings of the Cabalist A. Abulafia (1238 Spain).
And in the '90s I exhibited in Europe where I created temporary art installations in Germany and England, and permanent installations in the U.S. I have exhibited my work continuously for more then 47 years, and I have also curated many important group shows in L.A.