Ph.D., 1982, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society and scholarship
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
Honorable Mention Bosque Art Gallery, NM, 1985. Second Place in 1986.
Positive review in Jan. 1987 Manhattan Arts, with my painting Ebony Chimera introducing article on Ariel Gallery in Soho.
Certificate of Merit at 4th Annual Holiday Exhibition of Oil Pastel Association, 1994.
Honorable Mention at Multi-Media Art Exhibition of OPA, 1999.
General Pencil and Pastel Journal Award at Multi-Media Art Exhibition of OPA, 2000.
Charles Hughes Award at OPA/UPA Edward Hopper Art Center Show, 2001.
Won First Place at "Lucky 13" International Small Works Competition & Exhibition at Mesquite Fine Arts Center & Gallery, 2006. First Place in "Revolution" show at Mesquite Fine Arts Center & Gallery, 2009, and Artist of the Month at the Gallery twice.
Work shown in "Visions of Zion" National Park's Centennial Exhibition at St. George Art Museum, September 26, 2009 to January 16, 2010.
Biography recorded in several non-fee collections, including Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World, and the Dictionary of International Biography.
Mesquite Fine Arts Center Gallery
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Sole Proprietor Current
- Ph.D. in interdisciplinary field of American Studies: areas of expertise include literature, art, philosophy, and history
- The University of New Mexico, Class of 1982
- In both my art and writing, I try to capture something of the beauty and mystery of nature. By "beauty" I do not mean a shallow prettiness; Géricault's painting of a madwoman is beautiful in its poignant expression of a tragic reality. As a miniaturist, I try to see and re-create "a World in a Grain of Sand." An underlying purpose in all of my work has been the search for unity in a world so often shattered by violent multiplicity.