Gail began in Rochester, New York. She's mostly-self taught, with some supplementary workshops in both New York and Florida.
In New York, she was a member of the Suburban Rochester Art Group, among others. She was also a part owner of the Seven Artists Gallery.
Here in Florida, she is frequently displayed in local art exhibits. She is a member of the Brevard Cultural Arts in Public Places, the Brevard Watercolor Society, and the Central Brevard Art Association.
In her 35 years of experience, she has won numerous awards for her work. She has a portrait in the Multicultural Arts Center in Mims, FL of the first Civil Right's leaders, the Moores. The Maritime Museum in New York City also holds a painting of hers. Her work is in collections across the Unites States and Europe.
Gail is versatile in watercolors, oils, acrylics and pen and pencil.
She prefers to work from photographs of any subject.