Born in North Carolina, I moved to Manhattan in the mid-1970s to attend the Art Students League of New York. My studies included anatomy and figure drawing with Thomas Fogarty as well as figure painting and portraiture with John Howard Sanden.
In 1980, I moved to St. Simons Island, Georgia for a year, prior to settling in the state's capital, Atlanta. Over the next ten years, my work included various commissions, both private and corporate, as well as a number of solo and group exhibitions.
In the fall of 1991 I made a major move to the small Normandy village of Pressagny l'Orgueilleux, just west of Paris. A retired French Colonel, the proprietor of the Châte
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