Spring Bear on Mt. Juneau  Acrylic on canvas    16 x 20
Spring Bear on Mt. Juneau
Recent Art Exhibitions:
Montserrat Gallery,  584 Broadway, New York, NY
October 2-20, 2001
All Alaska Juried Art Exhibition, Anchorage Art Museum, Larry Rinder, Judge, 2000-01
Alaska State Council On The Arts, Art Bank Collection, 2000
Alaska State Museum, Group Exhibition from the Permanent Collection, 2000
Portfolio Arts Gallery: Juneau, Alaska, Solo Shows, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001. Group Shows 1995-1998.
Audubon Art Show, Juror's Choice, People's Choice and Merit Awards. 1997 
Alaska State Museum: Juneau, Alaska. Solo Show. Works included in and purchased for the Museum's Permanent Collection. 1973, 1997. 
Phantom Gallery: Douglas, Alaska. Solo Show 1996.

Past Art Exhibitions: 1960s through 1980s.
Smithsonian Institution, National Collection of Fine Art, Washington, DC, A Group Show. Painting Published in the Exhibition Catalog: "Contemporary Art From Alaska" 
Orphium Gallery; Juneau, Alaska. Solo Show. 
Nashville Artist Guild Gallery: Nashville, Tennessee. Solo Show. 
Lyzon Gallery: Nashville, Tennesee. Solo Retrospective Show. 
Frame House Gallery: Louisville, Kentucky. Solo Show. 
George Peabody College Gallery: Nashville, Tennessee. Group Faculty, Invitational Show. 
Gavant Gallery: Atlanta, Georgia. Group Show. 
Cheekwood Fine Arts Gallery: Nashville, Tennessee. Solo Show. 
Circle Theater Gallery: Nashville, Tennessee. Solo Show. 
American Designers Gallery: Nashville, Tennessee. Group Show. 
Evansville Museum of Arts and Science: Evansville, Indiana. Group Show. 
Nashville Art Festival: Nashville, Tennessee. Annual Clothes-line, Solo Shows. 

Private Collections
Represented in numerous private collections in the United States and Internationally. Including the cities of: Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Urbana, Salem and North Hampton, Ma; Manhattan, South Hampton, St. James, Smithtown and Garden City, NY; Burlington and Shelburne, VT; Manassas and Marshall, VA; Jacksonville, NC; Charlestown, SC; Nashville, Louisville, Seattle, Juneau; Milan; Hong Kong; Seoul. 

Art Training, Formal and Applied:
Roslyn High School: Rosyln, New York: Art Studio. 
University of Vermont: Studio Painting. 
Shelburne Museum: Wall Stencil Restoration, Research, Reconstruction and Application. 
Vermont Fish and Game: Contractual, Scratch-Board, Waterfowl Illustrations. 
American Museum of Natural History: Mural Painting  Apprenticeship under James Perry Wilson; Life-size Diorama Construction, Wax Casting and Modeling; Exhibit Layout and Design. 
Nashville Children's Museum: Graphic Design, Gallery Display and Diorama 
Design/Construction and Mural Painting. 
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Migratory Waterfowl Council: Contractual, 
Scratch-Board, Waterfowl Illustrations. 
Humble Oil: Contractual, Scratch-Board, Game-Bird Illustrations. 
University of Tennessee, Nashville Branch: Studio Painting. 

Career Accomplishments:
Full time Painter: 1986 to Present. 
Formally Retired: 1986 to Present. 
Seasonal, Commercial Halibut Fisherman: 1986-1996. 
Director, Alaska State Museum: Juneau, Alaska. 1980-1986 
Chief Curator, Alaska State Museum: 1973-1980. 
Curator II, Alaska State Museum: 1971-1973. 
Part-time Instructor, In Museum Display Arts, Department of Arts, Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee: 1970-1971. 
Chief Curator, Department of Interpretive Arts, Children's Museum, Nashville, Tennessee: 1959-1971. 
Exhibits Preparator, Department of Arts and Exhibition, American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York: 1956-1959. 
Exhibits Preparator: Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vermont: 1950-1956.