Jill with her painting ‘Phi’, oil on copper, 48″ by 101’’

“Phi [ϕ]”, speaks to the Unity found through the female spirit:

Named after the Greek Alphabet representing the mathematical golden ratio that represents UNITY: oneness, nothingness and everything simultaneously, pure beauty. Based on the Carina Nebula, ‘Phi’ is painted on copper with hand-made paints formulated with mica, copper and other earthbound stardust. Nebula gases; light and energy generated millions of years ago pump through the heart, rising into an arc of light.

More in blog at right.

Price upon request.


‘Cloud in Blue Minor’ selected for exhibition May 2017

Juror: Kelly Baum, Curator Modern and Contemporary Collection
Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

Greenwich Art Society 100th Annual Juried Exhibition
The Bendheim Gallery of the Greenwich Arts Center









‘Cloud in Blue Minor’, Oil on Aluminum, 36″ x 36. See blog at right.


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  1. Hi Jill,
    I had painting lessons that you instructed several years ago at the Shelton community center in Huntington. I also did a workshop with you. Do you have any classes that my daughter and I could attend? If so what times and the cost… I would like to give some classes to my 25 daughter for a Christmas gift.
    Thank you

  2. Dear Jill,
    Sending a reminder to submit via Slideroom three artworks for Fall MFA exhibition at VPAC gallery space. I am beginning to contact all past MFA graduates. My class was 2002. Lori Ribeau is collecting the submissions and Eileen Coladarci. I joined the Western Alumni Board last year – and hope to generate grant opportunities for MFA graduates of WCSU in the future. Very impressive work – seascapes make me want to run to Massachusetts now – I moved home to Connecticut eight years ago. Miss the coastline.

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