Artist's Resume

Artistic Telos: Life is a treasure hunt for old rusty metal objects: yesterday's machinery and broken tools are salvaged, metal parts are rearranged and welded together, and are reborn as a dancer, an animal, or a warrior. My work is spontaneous, asymmetrical and joyful.

 

Formal Training and Professional Experience:

 

Harvard Medical School: Anatomy and M.D. degree (1974)

University of Florida, Gainesville: Surgical internship, orthopedic research (1974-1976)

Gainsville Community College: Night School in welding (1975)

Stanford University: Residency in orthopedic surgery-advanced training (1976-1980)

Orthopedic Surgery Practice--The Permanente Group (1980-1997)

Awards and Prizes in Sculpture:

 

1976 Cedar Key Arts Festival, Cedar Key, FL--First Place: Pelican Sunset

1981 Kaiser Permanente Art Show, Santa Clara, CA--Most Popular Entry: Neptune

1981 Kaiser Permanente Art Show, Santa Clara, CA--Best of Show: Pelican Sunset

1982 Kaiser Permanente Art Show, Santa Clara, CA--First Place: Don Quixote

1982 Kaiser Permanente Art Show, Santa Clara, CA--Best of Show: Don Quixote's Horse

1984 Kaiser Permanente Art Show, Santa Clara, CA--Best of Show: Junkyard Dog

1984 Kaiser Permanente Art Show, Santa Clara, CA--Most Popular Entry: Fish

1985 Kaiser Permanente Art Show, Santa Clara, CA--Honorable Mention: Man & Woman

1985 Kaiser Permanente Art Show, Santa Clara, CA--Most Popular Entry: Reality Checkpoint

1985 Kaiser Permanente Art Show, Santa Clara, CA--First Place: Hot Tub Alligator

1992 Los Altos City Sidewalk Sculpture Competition--Winner: Junkyard Dragon

1996 Los Altos City Sidewalk Sculpture Competition--Winner: Woodland Pony

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