B.A. Art, San Jose State University, 1970
Tokyo Art Museum, Japan 1986
International Print Biennale, Bradford, UK 1985
20th Century American Prints, Cooper-Hewitt Museum, NY
Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, Legion of Honor, SF
International Print Biennial, Crakow, Poland
California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco
Cooper-Hewitt Museum, NY
Tucson Museum of Art, AZ
Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY
Honolulu Academy of Art, HI
Urban landscapes capture what we all create in our environment. Throughout our lives we modify our living and working space to fit our needs. We are constantly surrounded by an ever changing landscape of mood and color that I capture in various media.
These landscapes have always been a part of my vision. After years of working almost exclusively with the intaglio process, I have concentrated on using painting, pastel and monotype to resolve images more readily than by etching alone.
I choose to depict cityscapes through a more refined interpretation of the composition before me. The broad mass of walls, roads, or sky establish areas of color and light that can create a certain mood, and act as compositional components in the overall work of art. By expanding my use of color through various media, the finished works grow in both scope and spectrum to better realize that vision.