MEDICAL EDITING & WRITING, STORY TELLING, ART & ILLUSTRATION

Self-portrait as the lady mage Sofia La Maga, the heroine of the fantasy fiction novel La Maga A Story about Sorcerers and Magi by Dionesia Rapposelli. [8x10 inch digital print]

About My Work

Where I've Been Seen

  •  Maritime Gallery, Norwalk, CT. Aqua Exhibit (juried). April 13, 2016-July 8, 2016
  • Colors of Humanity Art Gallery. Open (juried). January 1, 2016. www.colorsofhumanityartgallery.com   (Sales of work support Feed the Children).
  • Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery. Botanical Exhibit (juried). Special Recognition Category, Digital Photography.   November 2015: https://www.lightspacetime.com/botanicals-2015-art-exhibition-photography-digital-category
  •  Art Scene Today Online Gallery. There’s No Place Like Home (juried). November 2015 http://www.artscenetoday.com/
  •  MAC650 Gallery, Middletown, CT. Masculinity/The Male Nude Exhibit (juried). October 1-17, 2015.
  •  Maritime Gallery, Norwalk, CT. Flux Exhibit (juried). September 26, 2015-January 4, 2016.
  •  Greenwich YWCA  Gallery, Greenwich, CT. Featured artist in an invitational show May, 2006
  •  Caladan Gallery, Beverly, Massachusetts. Mystery and Enigma (online juried exhibit). March 2005.
  •  Galeria de Artes Internacionais, Mamaroneck, NY, gallery artist from 2004 to 2006.



I seek to create magical and spiritual imagery that draws the viewer into an ineffable sense of mystery and spiritual revelation. In my art, illustration, and portraiture I want to make you long for what you most loved about fairy tales and reflect on what your most magical and spiritual aspirations are.


I received a BFA from New York Institute of Technology in 1982. After a long hiatus, I showed from 2004 to 2006 and then went on hiatus again to complete a trilogy of fantasy fiction and also a nonfiction book on astral magic. In 2015, I embraced digital media and began a new series of paintings, portraits, and the illustration of the novel La Maga A Story about Sorcerers and Magi.