I use primary visual elements, light(color), space, and time to build a sense of simultaneous randomness and purpose in the various media and scale of drawing, two- and three-dimensional painting and installation sculpture, all expressing mindful and exuberant visual celebrations.
1956-1960 - University of Wisconsin, B.S. Painting.
1960-1966 - New York Studio, Painting principal activity 1960-63. Sculpture. painting, and drawing to present.
1966 - First one-man exhibition, sculpture, twentieth century West Gallery, New York.
1966-1968 - Graduate fellowship and teaching, University of Wisconsin, MFA, sculpture.
1976 - Received N.E.A. Grant Award to support two- and three-dimensional studies - $2000.
1988-1995 - Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 1% for the Fine Arts Committee member, selecting public art for city.
Selected Awards and Competitions
2007 - Woodmere Museum Initiative Exhibition, Two- and Three-dimensional Installation
2006 - Time Lines, Drawing, Leonard Pearlstein Gallery
1993 - Proposal Invitation for Pennsylvania Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients Memorial
1985 - Drexel University Award. Studio research. "Functional Elements in an Urban Sculpture Environment For Children and Adults," $5000 award, plus time and assistants.
1976 - N.E.A. Award, two- and three-dimensional studies, $2000.
1975 - Martha Jackson Gallery West, invited proposal, accepted for one-man installation.
1974 - Proposal Invitation for Urban Redevelopment Authority Competition, Jefferson Medical University, Scott Library Plaza, juried best environmental solution
2002 - "Line, Volume, and Light," painting exhibition, Cosmopolitan. Club Gallery, September, Philadelphia.
1992 - Sculpture: "Scaled Down Work," Space Studies for Architectural and Environmental Work, College of Design Arts Gallery, Drexel University.
1987 - Philadelphia Art Alliance sculpture installation.
1984 - University City Science Center Gallery, Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Philadelphia.
1978 - Vincent Kling associates' Gallery; Proposals for Architectural Sculpture, Philadelphia.
1977 - Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Peale House Galleries, sculpture and drawings.
1973 - Urban Environment Sculpture Installation, "Ten Values of Gray in an Urban Situation," Penn Center, Philadelphia. Sponsors: I.C.A. State Council on the Arts for Philadelphia Arts Festival.
1973 - Multiple Commission and Exhibition, Arts Council, YMHA, Philadelphia, "Ten Transformations of a Cube."
1972 - "Scales," Environment Sculpture Exhibition, Marian Locks Gallery.
1968 - "modules" Sculpture Exhibition, Madison, Wisconsin.
1966 - XXth Century West Gallery, New York, sculpture.
1992 - International Sculpture Conference installation, Philadelphia.
1985 - Vietnam Veterans Memorial Competition Exhibit.
1984 - Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia.
1984 - Functional Sculpture/Furniture Collaborative.
1982 - University City Science Center Gallery, painting and sculpture show.
1982 - Invited participant, S/300 Century IV Philadelphia Sculpture Show, Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia. Sponsor: Art Alliance.
1982 - Please Touch Museum Exhibition of Proposals of Environments for Children.
1982 - Eastern Pennsylvania Regional Drawing Exhibition, Beaver College, Philadelphia, PA.
1980 - A.J. Woods Gallery, Philadelphia, sculpture.
1980 - Third Street Gallery Invitational, Philadelphia, painting.
1980 - I.C.A. Governor's House Exhibition, "Made in Philadelphia," Harrisburg.
1979 - Moore College of Art Invitational
1979 - Cheltenham Invitational, Cheltenham, PA, "The Cheltenham Piece."
1979 - Great Ideas Invitational Exhibition of Urban Sculpture Proposals, Independence Park, Philadelphia College of Art.
1976 - Art Alliance of Philadelphia, Sculpture Invitational.
1975 - Temple University Music Festival Invitational, "14th Transformation of a Cube Since 1972."
1973 - "Made in Philadelphia," "Five Philadelphia Sculptors," Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia. Sponsors: Philadelphia Foundation and the State Council on the Arts. "Transitional space" installation.
1972 - Sculpture In Urban Environment, "Nine Cacti In Our Garden," Marian Locks Gallery, Philadelphia.
1972 - "Plant Piece No. 1," Cheltenham Sculpture Invitational.
1971 - Drexel University, Drawing Exhibition.
1970 - Marian Locks Gallery, drawing, Philadelphia.
1970 - Cheltenham Sculpture competition, Prize; Juror: Donald Judd.
1966 - Riverside Museum, New York, Young Sculptors' Acquisition Show.
1966 - Wisconsin Salon of Art, Prize; Madison, Wisconsin.
1966 - Walked Bi-Annual Painting and Sculpture Show, Minneapolis.
1966 - XXth Century West Gallery, New York, sculpture.
1965 - XXth Century West Gallery, New York, sculpture.
Federal Reserve Bank, Philadelphia
Brandeis University Collection, formerly riverside Museum, New York
Fidelity Bank Collection
Peter Buttenweiser Collection
Numerous Private Collections
Review and Catalogues
"Alliance In The Park," catalogue, collaborative installation with Anita Lager, Los Angeles, July, 1989.
"Playing Statues," public art in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Magazine, essay,
Jonathan Katz, November, 1982.
"S/300 Sculpture/Tricentennial/1982," catalogue, June, 1982.
"Sculpture Outdoors," catalogue, June, 1976.
"Peale House Exhibition," Philadelphia Arts Exchange, review, March/April, 1977.
"Gallery Highlights," The Philadelphia Inquirer, review, Victoria Donohoe, January, 1977.
"One Man Exhibition," Craft Horizon Magazine, review, Barbara Schwartz, May, 1972.
"The Art Scene," The Philadelphia Inquirer, review, Victoria Donohoe, February, 1972.
"Science and Spirit," The Sunday Bulletin, review, Nessa Foreman, February, 1972.
"Made in Philadelphia/In Urban Sites," Institute of Contemporary Art, Suzanne Delhanty, May, 1973.
"Sculpture at the I.C.A.: It's Big and Bold and Made in Philadelphia," The Philadelphia Inquirer, review, March 25, 1973.
"Tailored to Today's Space," The Sunday Bulletin, review, March 25, 1973.
"Where There's Will, There's a Minimal Way," The Philadelphia Inquirer, review, Victoria Donohoe, November 17, 1972.
"Sales," The Philadelphia Inquirer, review, December, 1968.
"... Ideas Build Modern Sculpture," The Sunday Bulletin, review, Nessa Foreman, January 3, 1971.
"Biennial of Painting and Sculpture," Minneapolis Star, review, sculpture, September 13, 1968.
"One man exhibition," Art News, review, May, 1967.