BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

- Born 1945, Riverside California. Currently a Canadian citizen, living and working in Vancouver BC, Canada
- President and founder, New-Small & Sterling Studio Glass (1983)

EDUCATION

- Unversity of California, B.A.
- Pilchuk School, Stanwood, Washington (1978, 1979, 1981)

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS & AWARDS

2001 - Marine Show at The Gallery of American Craft at Wheaton Village; two-person show at Lionheart Gallery in Lousiville, Kentucky; Solo Show at New-Small & Sterling Glass in Vancouver BC

2000 - A Decade of Glass Invitational Exhibition, Carlyn Galerie, Houston, Texas; Perfumes & Paperweights invitational show, Del Mano Gallery, Pasadena California; Pilchuk School Auction, Seattle, Washington

1999 - Unexpected Collaborations, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC; Pilchuk School Auction, Seattle, Washington

1998 - Simon Fraser University Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC - BC Glass Arts Association Biennial Exhibition - Award of Merit; Niche Magazine Awards Nominee; Circle Craft Gallery, Vancouver, BC - “Escents 98” - juried show

1997 - APEC Conference, Vancouver, BC - “The Canadian Collection at APEC ‘97”

1996 - Carlyn Gallery, Dallas, Texas - Glass Invitational; Rowles and Parham, Edmonton, Alberta - Canadian Glass Show; Ontario Crafts Council, Toronto, Ontario - Group Show; Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond, BC - 20th Anniversary Retrospective

1995 - Sable V Fine Art Gallery, Texas - “A Gathering of Glass” invitational show

1994 - Gallerie Barbara Silverberg, Montreal, Quebec - "BC Artists in QC"; Courtyard Gallery, Oakland, California - "Selected BC Glass Artists"

1993 - Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta “A Thing of Beauty is A Joy Forever”; Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Ontario - Inaugural Exhibition - "The Celebratory Bowl"

1992 - Whitebird Gallery, Cannon Beach, Oregon - solo show; Accents Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario - "Rhapsody in Glass VI"; Bank of Hongkong Atrium, Vancouver, BC - "Glass Art IV" - Honourable Mention; Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver, BC - Glass Art Association of Canada show; Circle Craft Gallery, Vancouver, BC - "Marine Reliquary" solo show; Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC - "A Treasury of Canadian Craft" Inaugural Exhibition invitational show; West Kootenay Exhibition Centre, Castlegar, BC - "Fireworks: Glass Art of the 90's” - Invitational Exhibition

1991 - Mill Gallery, Connecticut - "North American Glass 1991"; Whatcom County Museum, Whatcom, Washington - "NW International Art Competition"; Accents Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario - "Rhapsody in Glass V"

1990 - Rowles & Parham, Edmonton, Alberta - "1st Annual Canadian Glass Show"; Culinaire International, Singapore - Created serving dishes for Canadian team; Accents Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario - "Rhapsody in Glass IV"

1989-1982 - Banaker Gallery, California; Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Toronto, Ontario; Victoria Art Gallery, Victoria, BC; Crafthouse Gallery, Vancouver, BC; Vancouver Gallery, Yokohama, Japan; International Gallery, California; John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto, Ontario; Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary, Alberta; The Craftsman's Gallery, New York, New York; Contemporary Artists' Gallery, Vancouver, BC; Woltjen/Udell Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta; Musee Marsil Museum, Saint Lambert, Quebec; Museum of Anthropology, University of BC

COLLECTIONS

- Corning Museum of Glass (with Margot Thomson); Vancouver Art Gallery; Canadian Craft Museum; Government of the Philippines; Government of China; Government of Canada, Department of External Affairs; City of Vancouver; First City Capital; Suncor Corporation; Canarim Investment Corporation Ltd.; Loewen Ondaatje McCutcheon & Co. Ltd.; Imperial Oil; Delta Hotels

BOARDS

- President, Circle Craft Co-Op Board of Directors 1993-1997
- Canadian Craft Museum Board of Directors
- Crescent Beach Neighborhood Services Association

PUBLICATIONS

1983 - New Glass Review 4 (Annual Publication of the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York)