“Gauguin Was a Monstera” – oil on canvas, 16x 20″ (SOLD)

My family moved to Mill Valley in the mid-70s where I quickly went feral. My friends and I spent our days wandering the secret stairways, the trails and creeks, and wooded canyons of Mt. Tamalpais, often ending up miles from home at Muir or Stinson Beach or lost on a deer path. Everything about the spectacular landscape of West Marin influences my creative work.

I am the co-founder of the Sonoma Writers Workshop and teach both art and writing when I am not gardening. I contribute, on occasion, to the North Bay Bohemian. I used to have more to say about myself as an artist, but now I enjoy finding ways to make words rhyme with Neo Meglip.

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