Dartmouth College 1970, fine arts major
Began teaching High School Art in 1971
Painting career began in 1974
Illness ended his teaching career in 1977
He now lives on top of a remote mountain ridge in rural Vermont
with his wife.
Group Art Shows include:
work has been displayed in many art galleries across the country.
His work is in the permanent collection of the Flemming Museum
at the University of Vermont in Burlington.
the nineties he worked intensively for New York Publishing firms,
including Simon & Schuster, St Martins Press, Ballantine,
creating book covers for computer games. He has created art work
for STAR TREK, TOM CLANCY, PETER BENCHELY, among other projects.
the late nineties he was heavily involved with commercial projects,
mainly resort development and architectural rendering of various
including "Genesis" and "The Lady of Shalot"
have enjoyed good world-wide sales, especially in Europe.
painting has always been his primary passion and something he
would like to devote more of his time to. The Message: "The
world is always much greater than it appears".