Education and Professional Career
I graduated from the Yale Art School with a MFA in 1963. I taught at the University of California Santa Barbara for ten years, and was the Dana Professor of Art at Bates College for twenty-nine years, retiring in 1999. Since then I have had studios in New Hampshire and presently live and work in Exeter. I have worked in different media in nearly equal quantities since graduating in 1963. While teaching may have had something to do with this, it is also because of a preference for variety.
Many of the pieces shown here have been in exhibitions and many are currently in private and public collections. I have had twenty five solo shows in California, New England, and across the country, including shows at UC Santa Barbara, the Esther Bear Gallery, the Franklin Marshall Gallery, Bates College, and Bowdoin College.