Birth: New York City, 1925

Art Education: University of Chicago; Chicago Art Institute; Art Students League; New School for Social Research; School of Painting and Sculpture, Mexico, D.F.

Museum Exhibitions:

  • Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA, 1966 (individual exhibition)
  • South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend, IN, 2011

Individual Exhibitions:

  • Eggleston Galleries, N.Y.C., 1948
  • Architectural League, N.Y.C., 1956
  • Crown Galleries, N.Y.C., 1957
  • 1st Reformed Church, Sommerville, NJ, 1965
  • Mountain Gallery, East Stroudsburg, PA, 1974
  • Earth & Fire Galleries, Allentown, PA, 1977
  • Fred M. Waring Gallery, Stroudsburg, PA, 1987
  • Abbington Galleries, Easton, PA. 1988
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, D.C., 1989
  • Open Space Gallery, Allentown, PA, 1990
  • Lycoming College, 1992

Mural Commissions: Approximately a dozen murals for architects and designers executed in alkyd, acrylic, colored cement and guaging plaster, 1951-1976

Awards:

  • Emily Lowe purchase award, 1949
  • Winner, National Community Arts Competition, HUD, 1973
  • Included in "Portraits" produced by PBS-WVW 1988
  • Interdisciplinary Grant, PA Council on Arts, 1990

Publications:

  • Syngamy II, cover of SCIENCE, Nov. 3, 1989
  • The Viable Culture, booklet, printed 1990
  • Guest Editorial, Spring 1990, Environmental Conservation, the Scientific Journal
  • Article and painting in Breakthrough, Summer, 1990
  • Cover, annual report, Lawrence- Berkeley Laboratories, 1991
  • Article & painting, In Context, Spring, 1991
  • Ten paintings and article, Newton, the Japanese science magazine, Spring, 1991

Other Activities:

  • Independent Peace candidate for U.S. Congress, 1968
  • Executive Director, New Democratic Coalition of PA, 1969-1970
  • Director, The Art School, East Stroudsburg, PA, 1971-1976
  • Designed and built Rachael Carson Park for Wilderness Acres, Marshalls Creek, PA, 1973
  • Extensive graphic design in ail media for business, government and non-profit groups, local and national candidates, fund-raising buttons and posters, etc.

 

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