B.A. in Geology, 1971, from the University of Massachusetts
M.Sc. in Geology, 1976, from the University of Massachusetts
Drawing/painting with Chris Lambl, Pittsburgh, 1979-80.
“African textiles, colors and design” with Rosalie Dace, Quilt Surface Design Symposium, 2006, 2008, 2010
"New Directions" with Cynthia Corbin, Quilt Surface Design Symposium, 2012
"Master Class" with Rosalie Dace, Quilt Surface Design Symposium, 2013
"Summoning Your Creative Muse", Ohio Art League, 2005; Columbus Colored Pencil Guild, 2005; Art Quilt Alliance, 2007
"Paradise Gained and Lost", a history of Christianity through its art, First Unitarian Universalist Church, 2010
"Who Calls it Art?", a look at the continual struggle between artists and cultural authorities over appropriate subject matter, material, and style.
Juror's award, Sanctuary for the Arts 2010 Garden in the Gallery, for the painting, "Lone Tree Camp"
Ohio Arts Council Award (Professional Division), 2009 Ohio State Fair Fine Arts Juried Exhibition for the painting "Heed the Canary"
Best of Show, High Road gallery show, Getting Real, 2008, for the painting, “The Rainmaker”
Juror's Choice Award, Ohio State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition, 2007, for the painting, “Shady Side Marina”
Best of Show, Alpha-Omega Gallery opening juried exhibition, 2007, for the quilt “When Things Fall Apart”
The Columbus Foundation's Mary Lou Chess Memorial Award for the painting, “Homecoming”, at the Ohio Art League's 2005 Fall Juried Exhibition.
Design, “Winter Dance of the Cranes”, selected in a national competition by the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee for their 2004 Holiday Card [sold out nationwide].
People's Choice, Clintonville Arts Guild's 2004 Member Challenge, for the painting “What Alice Saw”.
Second Place in the Worthington (Ohio) Bicentennial Exhibition -Worthington Villagescapes Past and Present, 2003, for the painting “Choices”
Jean Hall Lamb
Memorial Award , 2000, (through the Ohio Art League) for the
painting “Age of Fishes”
Ohio Art League
Clintonville Arts Guild (past President)
Unitarian Universalist Visual Artists