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My painting process begins with making marks, drawing, or laying washes of color on canvas or paper
until what develops there begins to suggest to me a structure of forms and color relationships. I let
images that develop in this manner suggest the direction of the painting and ways in which light and
space may be manipulated into a coherent whole. Consequently it is not always possible for me to
know at the beginning what direction the work ultimately will take.
I am always conscious of color
My abstract and organic images are derived from the painting process and from natural phenomena. They are the result of my interest in color, luminosity, and movement.
Solo Exhibition at Gallery 924 (924 North Pennsylvania, Indianapolis) – November, 2015
MFA, University of Michigan, 1982
MFA Candidate, University of Kansas, 1969-1970
BFA, Kansas City Art Institute and School of Design, 1958
Rockhurst College, Kansas City, Missouri, l957
Who’s Who in American Art
School of Art Graduate Scholarship, University of Michigan, 1980
Margaret Allen Barnett Award, Outstanding Graduate, Kansas City Art Institute, 1958
A. B. Gernes Honor Scholarship, Kansas City Art Institute, 1954
The Art Directors Award, Four-year Scholarship, Kansas City Art Institute, 1954
National Scholastic Art Award, One-year Scholarship, Kansas City Art Institute, 1954
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