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FINE ART

I am a Pacific Northwest artist and craftsman working in oil, watercolor, pencil, clay and about anything else I can get my hands on.
I am honored to have an oil painting (untitled) in the City of Tacoma's fine art collection.
I was awarded First Place for an oil painting "The Commencement" at the 2008
Western WA. Art Show and an honorable mention for "My Best Friend Barney", pencil 2009 Western WA. Art Show.

Awards:
2009: Western Washington Art Show; Puyallup, Wa,
Title: My best friend Barney. Pencil. 14x17 inches. Award, honorable mention.
2009: Western Washington Art Show; Puyallup, Wa,
Title: My best friend Barney. Pencil. 14x17 inches. Award, honorable mention.

2008; Western Washington Art Show: Puyallup Wa.
Title: The Commencement. Oil on canvas. 3x5 feet. Award, First place

1998 Best of the Northwest. Seattle, Wa. Tacoma Walking Sticks.

1978: Awarded a commission to restore water damaged murals on the ceiling of the Marymount Chapel in Tacoma [ Spanaway ] Wa. Completed in a years time.

1975: Tacoma Arts Commission.
Untitled; Exterior mural, 10x30 feet. Eastside Neighborhood Center, Tacoma Wa.
Untitled; Garden scene and urban setting of my first home. Oil on canvas.
Purchased by the City of Tacoma for placement in that city’s permanent collection.

1971: Bellevue Arts and Crafts Festival.
Title: When you get old. Mixed media sculpture, featuring a crayon ink resist.
Award; Honorable mention.

1968: San Mateo County Arts and Crafts Festival. [ First show as professional ]
Title: I think its going to rain today. Oil on canvas. Award; Honorable mention.

1967: San Francisco Bay Area all High School Fine Art Competiton.
Title: One boat not two. Oil on canvas. Award; First place.
Title: Sunnyslope. Watercolor. Award; Honorable mention.

 

 


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