EDUCATION:
1988        The Claremont Graduate School; Claremont, CA. M.F.A. Sculpture
1984        Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design; Los Angeles, CA. B.F.A. Painting
1979-80    El Camino Jr. College; Torrance, CA. AA Degree – General

Art Travel: London, Paris, Arras, Amiens, Bayeux, Chartres, Calais, Mt. St. Michel, Berlin, Dusseldorf, St. Petersburg, Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki, Amsterdam, The Hague, Leiden, Delft, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Gent, New York, Los Angeles, Nashville, San Francisco, Seattle, Istanbul, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Hue, Pusan, Mexico City

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
1993    “Rhapsodies,” The Muse; Los Angeles, CA.
1987    “Alluvian Picnic,” Claremont Colleges; Claremont, CA.
1983    “Recent Works,” Otis Art Institute Gallery; Los Angeles, CA.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
1996    “Visual Rhythms,” Coons Administration Center, Lower Gallery, Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Hendrix Stoker.
1995    “In Whack,” Junior Arts Center Gallery, Barnsdall Art Park, Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Noel Korten.
1994    “Artist’s Loft,” Steele Works Art Gallery, Hermosa Beach, CA
1993    “L.A. Art Project,” Temporary exhibition space, Los Angeles, CA. Organized by Brady Westwater.
“Coastal Abstractions,” MFA Exhibition Space, Manhattan Beach, CA. Curated by Peter Frank.
“Masa ’93, L.A. Internationale,” El Pueblo Gallery; Los Angeles, CA.
1992    “Brewery Studio Tours,” The Brewery; Los Angeles, CA.
1991    “Brewery Studio Tours,” The Brewery; Los Angeles, CA.
“World News: Artist Respond to International Events,” The Onyx; Hollywood, CA.
1991    “World News: Artist Respond to International Events,”Beyond Baroque, Venice, CA; Curated by Kim Abeles, Barbara Benish & Deborah Lawrence.
1990    “Brewery Studio Tours,” The Brewery; Los Angeles, CA.
1988    “Emerging Artists,” Claremont Galleries; Claremont, CA.
1987    “Visual Exchange,” U.S.C. Fisher Gallery; Los Angeles, CA.
“Fall Exhibitions,” Claremont Galleries; Claremont, California.
1986    “Second Coming,” Claremont Galleries; Claremont, CA.
“Cross Hatch,” Biola University Gallery; La Mirada, CA.
“Neo-Postism,” Claremont Galleries; Claremont, CA.
1985    “Selected Artists,” The Muse; Los Angeles, CA.
1984    “New Works,” Otis Art Institute Gallery; Los Angeles, CA.
“Three New Artists,” Otis Art Institute Gallery; Los Angeles, CA.
1983    “Invited Artists,” Art Store Gallery; Los Angeles, CA.

ARTIST ASSISTANT:
1988-89   Eric Orr; Venice, CA.
1983-89   Peter Shelton; Sculptor; Los Angeles, CA.
1986-89   Roland Reiss; Chairman, Claremont Graduate School Art Dept., Claremont, CA.
1986        Doug Moran; Sculptor; Claremont, CA.
1982        Jim Dine; Los Angeles, CA.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Ranehag, Lena. Universal Plan. Stockholm Sweden: Forma Publishing Group, 2009
“Obsessiveness at the Heart of Three Exhibitions,” Susan Kandel; Los Angeles Times, 8/1/96
Vanessa Obten, editor. Guide to Artists in Southern California. Santa Monica: ART Resource Publications, 1994.
“New Eyes on New of the World,” Lisbet Nilson; Los Angeles Times, 2/17/91.
“Art Goes to War”, Mark Skibell; The Argonaut, 2/28/91.