Monument, Colorado 80132

Public Art / Environmental Design Vita
Public/ installation art, exhibitions, publications
Monument, CO, Town of Monument permanent collection: “Poppy 1” sculpture installation.
Auroro, CO,  Inaugural ART 2C on Havana Exhibition
Lone Tree, CO Cultural Council, Art Encounters: Koi sculpture installation. 
Longmont, CO "Art on the Move" public arts program: "Poppy 1" sculpture installation.
Pueblo, Co "Art and Soul of Pueblo" :  "Perception of Freedom".
Monument, CO,McGuire- Close Chiropractic  facility: "Perception of Freedom" concrete sculpture .
Monument, CO, Hidden Pond: "Memorial Dove" concrete and steel sculpture.
Loveland, CO, Visual Arts Commission, Cultural Services Department:  "Poppy" sculpture installation. Longmont, CO "Art on the Move" public arts program:  "Going Upstream" sculpture installation.  Monument, CO,"Tri Lakes Views" public arts: "Perception of Freedom 2" sculpture installation.  
Pueblo, CO, "Art and Sole of Pueblo" public art exhibit: "Perception of Freedom 1" sculpture installation.  Monument, CO, private installation, "Koi Peace Pond" Luna Salon /Spa .
Pueblo, CO, "Art and Sole of Pueblo" public art exhibit: "Koi, Peace, Garden" sculpture installation at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center.
 Longmont, CO "Art on the Move" public arts program: "Perception of Freedom" sculpture installation.
2007  Art Catalogue: Best of American Artists – Watercolor, Kennedy Publications.
2004-2010 Our Community News, Art Matters Columnist.
1986 -1989 ArtStore Galleries , Pasadena, CA.,art shows exhibits;
Cosmopolitan Artists Association, Los Angeles, CA, 1988
Olympics Art Exhibitions in Seoul and Pusan, Korea.
1985-1988 -Public Art Murals: Co-designed and taught inner city youth to paint some of the largest outdoor murals in Los AngelesAngeles, California. (Over 500’ long for some)1985 Budget $45,000.
1981 - 1984 Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California: Assistant Evening Division Registrar, Gallery Assistant, Student Academic & Arts Admissions Portfolio Reviews.
1975-1991 San Getsu Ikebana: Public Art Atami Art Museum, Atami, Japan, LACMA Japanese Pavilion grand opening,
Los Angeles, CA, Disneyland JapanFest, Anaheim, CA,
1975-1976 Atami Art Musuem (Japan), Getty Art Museum, Appointed 2-year cultural visa to Japan, studied and worked
at the Atami Art Museum in traditional cultural arts of Japan in flower arranging, the art of tea, Japanese calligraphy, koto music and art history; taught Western art techniques and English language classes to the museum staff. Exhibited paintings at the museum campus.
1981-1984 Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California drawing, painting, environmental design.
1979 San Francisco State University
Bachelor of Arts degrees in Japanese Language and German Literature, cum laude graduate.
PUBLIC ART: AWARDS AND HONORS   Community and civic awards from the cities and countries of: Atami, Japan; Kyushu, Japan; the Japanese Ministry of Education, Atami Art Museum, Atami, Japan; City of Seoul, Korea; City of Pusan, Korea; City of Los Angeles, California; Denver, Monument, Longmont, Pueblo, Lone Tree, CO  state level awards for art and environmental programs. My experience spans an arts and cultural enrichment career of over three decades, crossing cultural and academic disciplinary boundaries.