Artworks have been exhibited in Europe and the United States, including the Museum of Biblical Art in Manhattan, Yale University and the Washington National Cathedral. They are also included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas, Texas, Catholic University and Convergence Church in Alexandria, Virginia. It was reviewed in the New York Times and appeared on Commonweal Magazine's cover.
While serving with the United Nations, I developed a concern for individuals from different cultures, and sought to find an artistic style to convey my spiritual journey, and also reach an audience with limited exposure to contemporary Christian images. I chose the mandala, an ancient design symbolizing the Universe, as an appropriate structure for spiritual contemplation. The intent is to create works giving the appearance of a dream interpretation while stylistically incorporating kaleidoscopes and stained glass windows with the mandala. COVID19 and Black Lives Matter changed the direction of my work to a more literal and allegorical style, once the literal scene is established, the allegorical follows and hopefully reflect the movement of the moment.