Savin' a 1,000 Words!

Bio

Born:
1940, Traverse City, Michigan

Education:
1962, One year study at Ringling School of Art, Sarasota, Florida
1965, Bachelor of Arts in Education, Northern Illinois University
1966, Gabor Peterdi Etching and Engraving Workshop, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1966, Carol Summers Woodcut Workshop, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1966, Garo Antreasian Serigraphy Workshop, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1967, Master of Arts degree, Northern Illinois University with an emphasis with printmaking
2002, Jonathan Talbot Collage Workshop, Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, Oregon
2005, Monotype Workshop, Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts, Frank Janzen, a Tamarind Master Printer
2011, Photo-Lithography Workshop, Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts, Frank Janzen, a Tamarind Master Printer

Art Instruction:
1967-1998, Secondary and Post-Secondary, Coos Bay, Oregon
1998-present, Assorted Printmaking and Collage Workshops, Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, Oregon

Statement:
My present works are with acrylic painting, collage, and printmaking. Typically, the emphasis in my work is movement and action. I like to see the finished piece to be alive, active, and energized. The visual art process for me becomes a personal exploration into the explosive, ever-changing dynamics of life.


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