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I first came to Indiana through the U.S. Army. I was stationed at Ft. Harrison teaching Television Graphics and Audio Visual Techniques to public relations students at the Defense Information School. While there, I also became the painting and drawing instructor for the Harrison Arts and Craft Center. During this time, I also became the illustrator and designer for a couple of post publications and my graphic arts career continued as I chose to remain in Indiana after my military service.
My art centers on locations of personal meaning to family and friends as well as individuals I make a personal connection with when something or someone of personal significance to them becomes my personal inspiration.
Small matted prints of my original work range from $20 to $50 (8 x 10 – 16 x 20)
Original works currently sell from $450 to $1500 depending on if it is a pencil rendering or painting.
I am a ’72 graduate of the New England School of Art and Design, now a part of Suffolk University in Boston. My area of study was Graphic Design and Fine Arts. I have also had the pleasure of receiving instruction from the late Helen Van Wyk.
Joint Service Commendation Medal for my work and service while stationed at Ft. Harrison, Indiana.
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