Major Installations

U.S. State Department: Collections of Heads of State

Rochester General Hospital, Lipson Cancer Center

Northwest Airlines Terminal, Portland, Oregon

Ann Arbor Public Library, Ann Arbor, Mich.

Ann Arbor City Hall, Ann Arbor, Mich.  

I.M. Pei Building, Humana Hospital, Louisville, Ky.

Blue Cross & Blue Shield, Rochester, N.Y.

Blue Cross & Blue Shield, Lansing, Mich. 

Eastman Kodak Corp. Rochester, N.Y.

IBM Atlanta - 8 floors reception areas

Permanent Collections

Bendix Corporation, Exxon Corporation, Bank of New York, Chemical Bank, Citibank, Arthur Anderson International, Unisys, Marine Midland Trust, Schlegal Corporation of America, Rochester Gas and Electric,  RCI Corporation,  DMI Corporation, Ranier National Bank, Seattle, Wa.; Rochester General Hospital - Surgery waiting area, Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, N. Y.

Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.; University of Rochester Student Center, Health Tecna, Bellevue Wa.;  JML Optical Corporation, Southern Pacific Transporation, Joseph Magnin Corporation, San Francisco, Calif.; I.B.M., Endicott, New York; I.B.M., San Francisco; Litton Industries, Sears Robuck & Company, Endicott Trust Company, Bankers Trust Company, Binghamton General Hospital, Anetec Image Corporation, Smith Barney Investments, Cayuga Machine Corporation, National Steel Corporation, Haworth Corporation, Methodist Hospitals, Beaver Insurance Co., San Francisco; Syracuse University, American Telegraph and Telephone Co., WBNG-TV, Binghamton, N.Y.; The Pace Collection, Miami, Fla.; Chemical Bank of New York, Marine Midland Bank, Barlow Johnson Corporation, Bankers Trust Co., and many other corporate and private collections.

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About Me

Kiln formed glass is the medium of sculpture I presently work in.

It has been an interesting journey learning and working in several media and now I find the challenge of glass and combination of other materials, to enhance the glass very exciting and challenging.

I start with sheets of Bullseye Fusible Glass.  The method is very bold and direct.  I choose the color, individual ones and others layered to achieve other colors.  I create the design, adding and subtracting glass and, most importantly, adding cane and components made at the furnace, usually at the Corning Glass Museum.  Sixteen pieces of glass, formed into a block, fired and then put into the furnace, turned and heated until malable, and then “pulled”  into the cane that you see in my work.

Then I combine the finished glass with previously welded steel, or layers of metal or constructions for wall pieces.  The process is long and involved and wonderful to do.

Education

BFA CUM LAUDE (Syracuse University)
Graduate work: Parsons School of Design, SUNY Cortland, Syracuse University, Bennington College 

Honors

Who's Who in American Art
NYArt Reveiw: A survey of leading artists
Printworld: Who's Who
American Art Collector: listed 2005, 2006

Awards

• 2008 Jurors Award, Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas
• 2007 First Prize Sculpture, Boston Mills Art Fest
• Fine Arts Competition: N.Y. State Fair – 1st prize
• Selected by National Association of Painters to be one of 35 painters to tour 12 colleges.
• 1st painting prize; Syracuse University
• 2nd Prize – Arnot Art Museum, Roberson Museum; Central N.Y. Art Open; and awards in Binghamton, Syracuse, Elmira, Buffalo, Cooperstown 
• Purchase awards in Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, Scranton, Pennsylvania Fine Arts Competition; East Lansing, Mich. Fine Arts Fair and numerous other awards.