This is the first in a series of online exhibitions featuring work that speaks to our current point in history. With a belief in the power of art to shape & transform our worldview, we hope to keep these important conversations going in the visual arts community & beyond.
EDUCATION: 1984 MA, Hunter College, New York, NY 1976 BFA (Painting), University of Boulder, CO
FELLOWSHIPS: 1994 Museum Art Educator of the Year, Arkansas Art Educators 1989 National Endowment For The Arts Visual Arts Fellowship in Painting Arkansas Arts Council Fellowship in Painting Nomination, Ninth Annual Awards in the Visual Arts 1988 Mid American Arts Alliance/NEA Fellowship Award in Painting
EDUCATION: 1988 BFA, Otis Art Institute of Parson's School of Design, Los Angeles, CA 1985 Bath Academy of Art, Bath, England 1983-84 American College in Paris/ Parson's School of Design, Paris, France
EDUCATION: 2006- 2008 Laguna College of Art and Design, MFA Painting, Laguna Beach, CA 2002-2004 Emily Carr University, BFA Painting, Vancouver BC 2001 Academy of Art, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 1998-2002 Mesa Community College, Associate of Arts Degree, Mesa AZ
Education: M.A. (Fine Arts), 1979, California State University at San Francisco. B.A. (Comparative Literature), 1974, California State University at Long Beach. University of the Seven Seas, Spring 1967, Chapman College Visual Arts Fellowship, 1985 National Endowment for the Arts Instructor/Graduate Advisor: Laguna College of Art & Design
Education 2008 Master of Arts, Studio Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 2006 Bachelor’s of Fine Art, Studio Art and Art History, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI Areas of Specialization: Drawing and Printmaking