CURRICULUM VITAE

Education

1969          

Virginia Commonwealth University, Master of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA

1965           

University of Georgia, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Fine Arts, Athens, GA

1977

Studied bronze casting and techniques, Micheluzzi Fonderia D’Arte Pistoia, Italy

1978           

Studied bronze casting and techniques, Tomassi Fonderia D’Arte Pietrasanta, Italy

Honors

1982    

Hereward Lester Cooke Foundation Fellowship 

1970 

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship

Public & Private Commissions

2019

Arthur C. Clarke, National Electronics Museum, Baltimore, MD. 7 Ft, bronze. To be Installed at newly landscaped entrance. Winter, 2019

2016

Untitled Totem, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Commissioned by the widow of the museum’s first curator in 2011 and installed in the museum sculpture garden. 6’ H, bronze. 

2000

Mattaponi Memories, Media General, Richmond VA. Bronze designed to be viewed in the round in the executive office rotunda. 3’ H x 4’ W x 4’ L, bronze.

1988

Winged Stele, Trammell Crowe Co, Richmond, VA. 10’ H x 6 ‘W, bronze. 

1986

Wedged Stele II, Sydney Mickelson/Michelson Gallery, Washington, DC. 7’ H x 2’ W x 2.5’ L bronze.

1985

Lily Pond Stele, Kephart Foundation Sculpture Garden, Charles City, VA. 6’ H x 2’ W, bronze.

1984

America’s Gateway Park, Miami, FL 8’ H x 7’W x 12’ L, 2,000 lb, bronze.

1982

Pentangle, Richmond, VA. 4’ H x 6’ W x 13’L, bronze. (private commission, now in The collection of VMFA).

1980

Ancestral Terrain, Longwood University, permanent collection, 2.5 ft x 3 ft x 4 ft, bronze. 

1979

Bobby Chandler Memorial I, Cary Hill Sculpture Garden, Charles City, VA. 5’ H, bronze.

1979

Kanawha Landscape IV, Federal Reserve Bank, Richmond, VA and exhibited at the Chrysler Museum, Norfolk VA. 6’H x 3’ W, bronze.

1979

Kanawha Landscape VI, historic Dogham farm, Charles City, VA. 2’H x 4’L

1971

Gargoyles, Washington National Cathedral, Washington DC. Three gargoyles, 24” L x 12”W , limestone.

1969

Descending Dove, Pace Memorial United Methodist Church, Richmond VA. Bronze, high relief, wall-mounted. 5’H x 4’ W, bronze. 

*All measurements are approximate

Teaching & Lectures

1999-2001

New CollegeVisiting Artist, Sarasota, FL

1975

Rappahannock Community College, Governor’s Summer Program,Director of Art Studies, Warsaw, VA

1970

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, associate director of statewide programs responsible for 24 statewide affiliates and two artmobiles, assembling curators, introducing exhibitions and coordinating with educational institutions. Richmond, VA

1970

Richmond Humanities Center, Gifted and Talented Program, Visiting Artist, Richmond, VA