Bachelor of Arts with honors in Art, City College of New York, 1962. Master of Arts, Hunter College, 1976. Student (Max Beckmann Painting fellow), Brooklyn Museum Art School, 1962-1964.
Margaret Lowergrund scholar Pratt Graphic Center.
Studied with Mark Rothko, Adolph Gottleib, Tony Smith, Eugene Goosen.
Art education coordinator Bronx Museum, 1976-1977. Artist-in-residence teaching grantee, 1977-1982. Adjunct faculty Kingsborough Community College, 1979, Goddard College at Bank Saint College, 1981.
New York City Board Education fine art teacher at Museum Natural History, 1984-1985. Selected exhibitions: New York Foundation for the Arts, 1977, Paul Kessler Gallery, 1968, Loeb Center, New York University, 1971, Long Island University, 1972, Purdue University, Occlectix, Columbia University, 1969, Butler Institute American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, 1970, New York University, 1971, Year of the Woman Reprise, Bronx Museum Arts, 1976, What is Feminist Art? Writings of 200 Woman Artists, Louisiana World Exposition, 1984, Studio in a School Association, 1984, Marymount College, West.C.A., College Art Association, 1983, Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, 1977, Westbeth Gallery, 1985-1986, Louisiana World"s Fair, 1984. Represented in permanent collections: Chase Manhattan Bank Art Collection, United States.I.A. PrintCollection, Aubrey Cartwright Museum Religious Art, Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, Jewish Board Guardians, State University of New York-Albany, others
Member of Women's Caucus for Art, College Art Association.
Children: Alexandra, Gabriela.