Education        

1970       The Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore MD

1984       Rhode Island School of Design, Providence RI

Group shows

Shows at universities and private galleries from 1983 to present include:

2015       Joint Venture, Print portfolio group shows at various sites, permanent collection                          

                Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC     

2012       Devon and Dartmoor, solo show of paintings at URI Feinstein Gallery, Providence RI

2008       Going to the Dogs, Invitational Show, RISD Museum, Providence RI

2004       RISD Works, series of prints, Providence RI

2001       Red, Blue, Pink, Gold, solo show at Sarah Doyle Gallery, Brown University, Providence RI

2001, 1999    Invitational group show, RISD Museum, Providence RI

1997       Invitational show and lecture, George Mason University, Fairfax VA

1996       Invitational show, Baltimore Life Gallery, Baltimore MD

1994       Cirque de Madeleine, sculptures of random acts, Decker Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore MD

The Providence Art Club from the years 1998-2014 include:

2014       The 16”x16” Exhibition

 2014       Joint Venture, print portfolio project

2007       Open Painting Show, juried

Art League of Rhode Island group shows include:

2015       Big Show, URI Feinstein Gallery, Providence RI

2014       Members’ Show, Attleboro Museum

2011       Group Show, Salve Regina University, Newport RI

2010       Members’ Show, RISD Museum, Providence RI

2006       Member’s Show, Newport Art Museum

2006       Invitational Show, Rhode Island Foundation Gallery, Providence RI

Solo shows

The Providence Art Club from the years 1998-2014 include:

2010       Treasured Objects, paintings of tea pots and small objects

2006       Sol y Sombre, paintings of Spain

2004       Pacific, installation of paintings and a tea house in Maxwell Mays Gallery

2002       Urban Cartography: Garden Plots and Islands of the Dwelling, installation in the Maxwell Mays Gallery

1999       Pine and Bamboo, paintings and a tea house in Maxwell Mays Gallery