Self portrait in clay (2012)


Yuko Nii Foundation, Brooklyn, NY


2013   Wide Open 4, People’s Choice Award Brooklyn Waterfront Artists’ Coalition (BWAC), Brooklyn, NY


Juried Shows


Wide Open 7, BWAC


Art in Clay, BWAC

Wide Open 4, BWAC

Group Shows


Palette Unlimited, BWAC Summer Art Show

Rites of Spring, BWAC Spring Art Show


Brooklyn Is..., BWAC Fall Art Show

Speak Your Truth, BWAC Summer Art Show

Spring in Roode Hoek, BWACSpring Art Show


Face to Face, BWAC Fall Art Show

Summer 'Scapes, BWAC Summer Art Show

Renew, BWAC Spring Art Show


Imagine This, BWAC Fall Art Show

Out Of Order, BWAC Summer Art Show  

Outer Limits, BWAC Spring Art Show


Unhinged, BWAC Fall Art Show

’Scapes, BWAC Summer Art Show

On the Waterfront, BWAC Spring Art Show

The Sketchbook Project, Brooklyn, NY


Tales of Breukelen, BWAC Fall Art Show

Black and White, BWAC, Summer Art Show

Convergence, BWAC, Spring Art Show


Lineage, BWAC, Fall Art Show

Red Hooked, BWAC, Summer Art Show

I am a Brooklyn-based artist and a New York State and New York City certified art teacher. I have eighteen years of experience teaching art in a public elementary school in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. My role has enabled me to work closely with cultural institutions in dance, theater, and music, and it has allowed me to integrate my curriculum with the design and creation of scenery and costumes with my students for performances. I was named "Teacher of the Year" by National Dance Institute in Manhattan. I am responsible for the development and display of children’s artwork for other large, literacy-based school events.  

Several of my students have had their work selected to be shown at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's P.S. Art Exhibit as well as at the Brooklyn Borough Arts Festival. I have organized an annual school-wide art exhibit showing artwork by all 800+ students’ work for the past fourteen years for the entire school community to experience. Part of my learning experiences include teaching art to children in a homeless shelter and at a Saturday art program given by the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan.

I have been showing work at BWAC (Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition) for the last seven years and I am a commissioned artist whose work is displayed in private collections. I received my Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Long Island University, I hold a certificate in art education from the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, and have a Master of Science degree in Art and Design Education from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.

For more information about my work and upcoming exhibitions, please email: