I am an American visual artist living and working in Westport, MA . I received a BA in painting at the Rhode Island School of Design in 1987. After suffering a concussion about 4 years ago, I began seeing in multiple images in the hospital, while laying in bed I was drawing and sketching my doctor, nurses and anybody else who came into my room. One image on top on another, on the same page. When I finally got home and feeling better I started to experiment with layers of glass, then plexiglas and finally arriving with my transparent fabric to try to replicate what I had experience in the hospital. Working in multiple layers of transparent organdy, and using ink and brush, I create an illusion of moments of time suspended, compositions the hover between figurative and abstraction; ghost-like images that are drawn in air. Limps and faces come into sharp focus while others disappear into the background. A sense of mystery creeps in. My work can be seen in numerous collections around the world.