E D U C A T I O N


1971 Hanover College, Indiana, BA, Theology and Literature

1972-78 Pond Farm Workshops, Guerneville, CA, Marguerite Wildenhain, teacher

1993-2000 Anderson Ranch Art Center, Snowmass, CO, summer workshops



T E A C H I N G


1973-74 Montgomery College, Rockville, MD, Instructor in Art, part-time

1973-Present Sidwell Friends School, Washington, DC, Teacher of Art, part-time

1984-Present Maryland State Arts Council, Artist-in-Education Program, Resident Artist

1991 Deep Springs College, Deep Springs, CA, Instructor in Art, part-time



P U B L I C A T I O N S


1980 American Craft Magazine, "Sustained Presence: The Work of Marguerite Wildenhain", Sept.

1986 New Art Examiner, review of show: Rob Barnard: potter,
Anton Gallery, Washington, DC

C O M M I S S I O N S & S H O W S


1975 Havre de Grace, MD, best-in-show, Arts and Craft Summer Festival

1980 Carrefour Gallery, NYC, one-person show

1984 Washington County Museum of Fine Art, Hagerstown, MD, one-person show

1986 W.R. Grace Co., Washington, DC, ceramic mural

1987 Rouse and Associates, Arlington, VA, ceramic mural

1989 Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, ceramic mural

1993-2000 American Craft Council, craft show participant, Baltimore, Atlanta, San Francisco Craft Shows

1994 Smithsonian Craft Show, participant

1997 Smithsonian Craft Show, participant

2000 Klay Gallery, Nyack, NY, group show

2000 Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston, MA, one-person show



M U S E U M C O L L E C T I O N S & A W A R D S


1999 National Museum of American Art, Renwick Gallery, Washington, DC

1999 Maryland State Arts Council, Individual Artist Award