"Being raised with the dominating presence of mountains in West Virginia, which dwarfed the man-made buildings, has affected the content of my realistic paintings.  My work explores expressive differences in scale, the relationship of interiors and exteriors, and the merging of several realities within the same piece.  A sense of history and place and the use of metaphor are recurring concerns.  I continue to explore a vision of buildings as containers of human experience and drama.  They are metaphors for the transitory quality of our culture."





Group Exhibitions

Three Rivers Festival, Pittsburgh, PA
South-Eastern Center for the Creative Arts, Winston-Salem, NC
Tampa Triennial, Tampa Museum, Tampa, FL
Royal Academy, London, England


Philip Moreau, Carmel, CA

Peter Gianti, Pittsburgh, PA

Peter Horiwitz, Columbia, MD

Galleries Current

Haley Fine Art, Sperryville, VA

Galleries Previous

Venable-Neslage Gallery, Washington, DC
Franz Bader, Washington, DC
McINtosh-Drysdale, Washington, DC
Gwen-Mahler Gallery, DC
Middle Street Gallery, Washington, VA
Packing Shed Gallery, Washington, VA


Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC
Art Students League, New York, NY
Fellow, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Sweet Briar, VA