EDUCATION

MFA, University of Maryland, College Park, 1980: Painting

BFA, Syracuse University (magna cum laude), 1977: Painting

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Arizona State University

Professor, Painting/Drawing, Painting I, II, III, and Advanced; Pictorial Composition, Graduate Seminar, 1990-present

Princeton University

Lecturer in the Humanities Council and the Visual Arts Program, Introductory Painting, Spring 1992

The New School for Social Research

Painting Faculty, 1986-90

Towson State University

Visiting Artist, Painting, 1988-89

University of Rhode Island

Instructor, Painting/Drawing, Spring 1987

Pace University

Instructor, Painting/2-D Design, 1987

Catholic University

Instructor, Painting/2-D Design, 1983-86

University of Maryland

Instructor, Painting/2-D Design, 1982-83

RELATED EXPERIENCE   back to top

The Cooper Union

Painting and Drawing Technician, responsible for maintaining drawing/painting equipment, student exhibitions, New York, NY, 1989-90

Montpelier Cultural Arts Center

Exhibition Technician, responsible for hanging exhibitions, and general studio maintenance, Laurel, MD, 1981

HONORS   back to top

Nominated for the 2009 Professor of the Year

Arizona State University

The 2007 Coomaraswamy Memorial Lecture

Lalit Kala Akademi (Indian National Academy of Art), New Delhi, Lucknow, India

The Charles Clement Purchase Award

“Arizona Biennial ’05,” Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ

Biennale Internazionale Dell’Arte Contemporanea

Florence, Italy 2003 2nd prize medal in painting

Internationaler Kunstlerworkshop: Seinsichten aus Welten

Guest Artist, Rostock, Germany, 2003

Nominated for a 2003 Governor's Arts Award

Arizona Commission on the Arts, 2003 Artist category, Janet Napolitano, Governor

Biennale Internazionale Dell' Arte Contemporanea

Florence, Italy, 2001 4th prize medal in Painting

Phoenix Triennial Arizona Award

Phoenix Art museum 1998

Visual Arts Fellowship

Arizona Commission on the Arts, 1998

Faculty Development Grant

Learned-Centered Atelier Libre Arizona State University, 1996

Arizona Artists Materials Fund Grant

Contemporary Forum, Phoenix Art Museum, 1996

Faculty Grant-In-Aid

Water-Based Urethane: Studio Research Arizona State University, 1996

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts

Guest Artist, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Summer 1993, 1995, and 2000

Projekt-PleinAir

Guest Artist, International Art Project. Participants from France, Sweden, Germany, and the United States. Sponsored By Netzwerk (a political foundation and institute for cultural activities), Rostock, Germany, 1994

College of Fine Arts Research Grant

Painting: Television Format and Images Arizona State University, 1994

Faculty Grant-In-Aid

Shiva: Symbolic Representation Arizona State University, 1991

Indo-American Fellowship to India

Council for International Exchange of Scholars Research in Painting: Indian miniature painting materials and techniques, MS University of Baroda, Vadodara, India, 1984-85

USIS (United States Information Service) American Participant Program

The American Centers of: Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad, Pakistan. Exhibition and lecture tour, 1985

Artpark

Artist-in-Residence, Lewiston, New York, 1983

Visual Arts Grant-in-Aid

District of Columbia Arts Commission, 1983

Geographic Development Grant

District of Columbia Arts Commission, 1983

The MacDowell Colony

Artist-in-Residence, Jean and Louis Dreyfus/MacDowell Fellow, Peterborough, New Hampshire, 1981

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE, LECTURES AND SYMPOSIA   back to top

2010

“Artist Face-Off,” Slide lecture and discussion with Bailey Doogan, Tempe Center for the Arts, Tempe AZ

“Artist Lecture,” Stark Gallery, Xavier College Preparatory, Phoenix, AZ


2008

“Nothing is Something, The paradoxical truth about art that appears devoid of content and meaning,” Docent Lecture, Phoenix Art Museum


2007

“Painting and Poetry, Primacy or Parity,” Jungermann Lecture Series, Contemporary Forum, Phoenix Art Museum


2005

“Nothing is Something, The paradoxical truth about art that appears devoid of content and meaning,” Biennale Internazionale Dell’Arte Contemporanea, Florence, Italy

“What is Surrealism? Is it Relevant in Today’s Art World?,” Panel discussion, Contemporary Forum, Phoenix Art Museum


2004

“Nothing, Seinfeldian Musings on Abstraction,” lecture, Contemporary Forum, Phoenix Art Museum


2002

"The Science of Painting," Guest Artist, Women in Applied Science and Engineering, College of Engineering and Applied Science, Arizona State University


2000

"Indian Miniature Painting," Docent Lecture, Phoenix Art Museum

"The Salon," Artist Lecture, Spirit of the Senses, Phoenix, AZ


1998

"Artist Lecture," Contemporary Forum (Phoenix Art Museum), Bentley Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ


1997

"The Salon," Spirit of the Senses, Phoenix, AZ


1996

"Indian Miniature Painting: Materials and Techniques," Artist Lecture and Demo, Asian Arts Council, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ

"Portrait of an Artist as a Movie" (Hollywood's view of the creative process), Panelist, Contemporary Forum Film Series, Phoenix Art Museum

"Artist's Cafe," Panelist, Shemer Art Center, Phoenix, AZ


1995

"What Ever Happened to Art Education," Panelist, Scottsdale Artist School, Scottsdale, Arizona


1993

"Slide Lecture," Trinity College, Hartford, CT


1992

"Slide Lecture," University of Pennsylvania


1991

"Gallery Talk," Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona


1989

"Indian Miniature Painting: Materials and Techniques," Montclair State College, Montclair, New Jersey


1988

"Visiting Artist Lecture," Delhi College of Art, New Delhi, India


1985

"East-West Visual Arts Encounter," Symposium on Eastern and Western art. Participants from the United States, Canada, England, France, West Germany, Austria, and India. Sponsored by the West German Center (Max Muller Bhavan, Bombay, India)


1984

"Traditional Influences and Contemporary Realities," National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC


1983

"Docent Visiting Artist Lecture," Hirshhorn Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC


1981

"Gallery Talks: Narrative Wood," Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

SOLO SHOWS   back to top

2012

Gallery Nord, San Antonio, TX


2010

Stark Gallery (Xavier College Preparatory), Phoenix, AZ

Mayor’s Hallway, City Hall, Phoenix, AZ


2009

Gebert Contemporary, Scottsdale, Arizona


2006

Chiaroscuro Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona


2003

Chiaroscuro Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona

Arts Club of Washington, Washington, DC


2001

Chiaroscuro Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Bentley Gallery, Scottsdale Arizona


2000

Galleries of Neiman Marcus, Phoenix, Arizona


1998

Bentley Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona


1997

Bentley Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona


1993

Brody's Gallery, Washington, DC


1991

Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona


1989

Holtzman Gallery, Towson State University, Towson, MD


1986

Osuna Gallery, Washington, DC


1985

American Center Galleries, United States Information Service; Pakistan: Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad


1984

Osuna Gallery, Washington, DC


1983

White Columns Gallery, New York


1982

McIntosh/Drysdale Gallery, Houston

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS   back to top

2012

“Collecting Arizona,” Arizona State University Art Museum

“Gallery Artists,” Gebert Contemporary, Scottsdale, AZ

“Chaos 13,” Legend City Studios, Phoenix, AZ


2011

“Celebrating 10 Years on Main,” Gebert Contemporary, Scottsdale, AZ

“Memorial Day,” The Railyard Gallery, Gebert Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

“Chaos Theory,” Legend City Studios, Phoenix, AZ

“Group Exhibition,” Gebert Gallery, Venice Beach, CA

“LA Art Show”

“Dallas Art Fair”


2010

“The Mouse House: Art from the collection of Olga Hirshhorn,” Naples Museum of Art, Naples, FL

“All Abstract: 6 Gallery Artists,” Gebert Contemporary, Scottsdale, AZ

“Chaos Theory 11,” Legend City Studios, Phoenix, AZ

“Approaches to Abstraction,” ASU Art Museum, Tempe AZ

“Group Exhibition,” Gebert Gallery, Venice Beach, CA

“The Tremendous Side Show,” Side Bar, Phoenix, AZ


2009

“The Mouse House: Art from the collection of Olga Hirshhorn,” Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT

“Local,” Gebert Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ

“Recent Work,” Gebert Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NM

“Faces,” Tempe Center for the Arts, Tempe, AZ

“Chaos Theory,” Legend City Studios, Phoenix, AZ


2008

“Biennial Southwest,” Contemporary Art from Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, Albuquerque, NM. Curated by Dr. Stephanie Hanor, Senior Curator/Department Head, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego, CA (catalog)


2007

“Arizona Biennial ’07,” Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ. Curated by Dianne Perry, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Denver Art Museum

“Flatfiling,” Artnews Projects, Berlin, Germany

“An Eclectic Eye: Selections from the Dan Leach Collection,” Tucson Museum of Art (catalog)


2006

“SouthwestNet: Painting,” SMoCA (Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art), Curated by Cassandra Coblentz, Assistant Curator, SMoCA (catalog)

“Print, Paper, Paint,” Chiaroscuro Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

“Chaos Theory,” Legend City Studios, Phoenix, AZ


2005

“Art Miami,” Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami, FL

“Group Painting Exhibition,” Chiaroscuro Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

“Arizona Biennial ’05,” Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ. Currated by Siri Engberg, Curator in the Visual Arts Department, Walker Art Center

“Trading Voices,” Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Arvada Colorado. Juried by Diane Perry Vanderlip, The Polly and Mark Addison Curator of Modern Contemporary Art, Denver Art Museum

“Chaos Theory,” Legend City Studios, Phoenix, AZ

2004

“Views of Abstraction,” Chiaroscuro Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

“Chaos Theory,” Legend City Studios, Phoenix, AZ


2003

"Biennale Internazionale Dell' Arte Contemporanea," Florence, Italy, Selected to participate by David S. Rubin, Curator of Visual Arts, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans

"1111, Eleven Painters, Eleven Views of abstraction," Chiaroscuro Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

“Seinsichten Aus Welten 2003,” Heinrich Boll Stiftung M-V, Rostock, Germany


2001

"Biennale Internazionale Dell' Arte Contemporanea," Florence, Italy, Selected to participate by David S. Rubin, Curator of Visual Arts, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans (catalog)


2000

"3 Painters, 1 Sculptor," Bentley Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

"Faculty Exhibition," Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN

"Group Exhibition," Chiaroscuro Gallery, Santa Fe, NM


1999

"Sudden Incandescence," Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE

“Collections/Patrons,” Dimock Gallery, The George Washington University, Washington, DC, curated by Lenore Miller, Director, Dimock Gallery


1998

"Phoenix Triennial,"Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ. Curated by David Rubin, Curator of 20th Century Art (catalog)

"Facultease II," Galeria Mesa, Mesa, AZ


1996

"Triennial Sofia '96 International Exhibition of Painting," Ministry of Culture, Union of Bulgarian Artists, Sofia, Bulgaria (catalog)

"Expo Guadalajara," Centro de Exposiciones, Guadalajara, Mexico (catalog)

"Art Detour," Finch Gallery, Phoenix, AZ

"Faculty Exhibition,"University Art Museum, Arizona State University


1995

"Director's Choice: New Directions Acquisitions 1991-1995," Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, AZ

"Faculty Exhibition," Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN


1994

"Project-PleinAir," Rostock and Gottingen, Germany (catalog)

"Our Last Picture Show," Brody's Gallery, Washington, DC

"1994 Small Works Exhibition," Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC (juried)

"Acme Painters," Art Detour Mystery Gallery, Phoenix, AZ

"Blu-Lite Invitational," MARS (Movimiento Artistico del Rio Salado), Phoenix, AZ

"Faculty Exhibition," University Art Museum, Arizona State University


1993

"Contemporary Works: 1980-1992," Large-scale works by American, Irish, British, and Australian artists. University Art Museum, Arizona State University

"Faces and Figures, Contemporary Figurative Works" Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

"Faculty Exhibition," Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN

"Art for Action," Holtzman Art Gallery, Towson State University, Towson, MD

"The First Picture Show," Rear Window Gallery, Winchester, VA

"Faculty Show," University Art Museum, Arizona State University


1990

"3 Painters," BEI Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

"The Great American Fax Attack," Andrea Ruggieri Gallery, Washington, DC

"Faculty Show," University Art Museum, Arizona State University


1988

"Season Opening," David Adamson Gallery, Washington, DC

"Summer Show," VanStraaten Gallery, Chicago


1987

"Working in Brooklyn/Painting," The Brooklyn Museum. Curated by Charlotta Kotik, Curator of Contemporary Art, The Brooklyn Museum (catalog)

"Summer Show," VanStraaten Gallery, Chicago

"Drawings," Jane Haslem Gallery, Washington, DC


1986

"10 Washington, DC, Painters (Around, Behind and Under the Hill)," Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Curated by Howard Fox, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Hirshhorn Museum

"Capital Exchange," Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi, USIS Centers, Bombay and Calcutta


1985

"East-West Encounter," Jehinger Art Gallery, Bombay


1984

"Adding it Up," Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, (catalog). Curated by Marilyn Zeitlin, Director, Anderson Gallery

"Update," White Columns Gallery, New York, NY

"Washington Sculpture: Prospects and Perspective," Georgetown Court Artists' Space, Washington, DC

"Pattern," Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, Texas. Curated by Annette Carlozzi, Curator Laguna Gloria Art Museum

"Young Washington Artists," Baltimore Museum of Art. Curated by Clair List, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art for the Washington Region, Corcoran Gallery of Art


1983

"Sulpture," Gallery K, Washington, DC

"Alexandria Sculpture Festival," Athenaeum Gallery, Alexandria, VA. Juried by Benjamin Forgey, Architectural Critic, The Washington Post; Clair List, Curator of Contemporary Art, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, and David Tannous, Lecturer, Critic, Author, Washington Corresponding Editor for Art in America"1983 DC Visual Arts Grantees Exhibition," R Street Gallery, Washington, DC

"Nine Washington Artists," Anton Gallery, Washington, DC. Curated by Tom Nakashima, Associate Professor of Art, Catholic University


1982

"Pattern: All Ways," Alma Thomas Gallery, Washington, DC

"Ten Washington Sculptors," Fine Arts Resources, 12th International Sculptors Conference, San Francisco

"Untitled, Without Theme," Alternative Museum, New York, NY (catalog). Curated by Geno Rodriguez, Director, Alternative Museum

"Hanover," Osuna Gallery, Washington, DC (catalog)

"20 From DC," Lawndale Annex, University of Houston. Curated by Howard Fox, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Hirshhorn Museum, and Marti Mayo, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Houston Contemporary Art Center


1981

"Narrative Wood," Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Curated by Clair List, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art for the Washington Region, Corcoran Gallery of Art (catalog)

"Gallery Selections," McIntosh/Drysdale Gallery, Washington, DC

"Options: Washington 1981," Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC. Curated by Gene Davis, Artist, and Mary Swift, Critic, Washington Review of the Arts (catalog)


1980

"Sculpture Summer '80," Cramer Gallery, Washington, DC

"MFA Thesis Show," Art Gallery, University of Maryland


1979

"2nd Miniature Show," Foundry Gallery, Washington, DC

"Emerging Washington Painters, A Selection," Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC. Juried by Walter Hopps, Curator, National Collection of Fine Arts, and Marti Mayo, Curator, Corcoran Gallery of Art

"Drawing Show," Foundry Gallery, Washington, DC

REVIEWS AND MENTIONS IN PUBLICATIONS   back to top

An Eclectic Eye – Selections from the Dan Leach Collection Catalog, Tucson Museum of Art, 2007

Arizona Foothills Magazine "Celebrating the Arts," Jeff Low, Renee Dee and Kristin Miller, October, 1999

Arizona Republic “Living, in Color,” Richard Nilsen, 5 August 2007, “Different Viewpoints, SMoCA’s ‘southwestNET: painting’ exhibit aims to show abstract art remains relevant,” Dolores Tropiano, 30 August 2006; “ASU Professor Creates Paint With ‘Flourish’,” Dolores Tropiano, 30 August 2006; "Old Guy Still Practices What He Teaches," John Carlos Villani, 13 March 2003; and "Nice Tri," Richard Nilsen, The Rep, 20 August, 1998

Art Fairs International “Traversing the slopes of the Florence Biennale,” Edward Rubin, January/February 2006

Art in America "Report from Washington, 11th International Sculpture Conference," David Tannous, November 1980

Artlink Letter "Artspeak," Henry Leo Schoebel, Spring/Summer 1990

Art Ltd. ”And Just Next Door…,” Avital Binshtock, January 2008

ARTnews “The BEST Underrated Artists,” Ann Landi, September 2010; “Print, Paper, Paint,” Wynter Holden, December 2006

Art Voices "Narrative Wood," Jack Perlmutter, January-February 1982

Artists Today (Marg Publications, Bombay, India) "Henry Leo Schoebel," 1987

ASU Insight "Van Buren storefront just right for artist's studio," Judith Smith, July 15, 1991

Baltimore Sun "Schoebel's garish paintings satirize the tackiness of American culture," John Dorsey, March 14, 1989

Biennial Southwest Catalog, The Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, NM, 2008

Denver Post “Wide but not Deep,” Kyle Macmillan, September 16, 2005

Faces of Arizona, A Tribute to Arizona Artists and Patrons Michel F Sarda, Art Renaissance Foundation, Bridgewood Press, 1999

Hindustan Times “Did You Know “Nothing Means Something,” Vinayak Sinha, 29 October 2007

Houston Chronicle "DC Art Exhibit," Patrica C. Johnson, January 29, 1982

Images and Issues "Sculpture by the Bay," Sandy Ballatore, November-December 1982

Manhattan Arts International “The Florence Biennale: A Typical Case Study,” Edward Rubin, August 2007

Narrative Wood Catalog, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1981

New Art Examiner "Three Cities Exchange Art sans Regionalism," Tom Lachman, November 1984; "Henry Leo Schoebel," Carol Callaway, April 1984; "Nine Washington Artists," Stacey Jones, April 1983; "Hanover," Charlotte Moser, March 1982; and "Narrative Wood," Scott Lucas, December 1981

New York Newsday "An Eclectic Brooklyn Show," Margaret Moorman, 7 August 1987

New York Times "Tribeca," Richard F. Shepard, 19 May 1982

NY Arts “Traversing the Slopes of the Florence Biennale,” Edward Rubin, March/April 2006

Ostsee Zeitung “Sechs Kunstler vier Wochen unter sich,” 29 August 2003; "Kunst Unter Fachwerkbalken," Katharina Wittenbu, 17 September 1994

Pasatiempo (The New Mexican) "Two at Chiaroscuro, Tuberty & Schoebel," Paul Weideman, March 16-22, 2001

Phoenix Home & Garden "Emerging Artists," Lila Harnett, March 1998

Phoenix Magazine "Artifacts: Home is Where the Art Is," Lori K. Baker, October 1991; and "Escape From New York," Lori K. Baker, May 1992

Phoenix New Times “Arizona Illustrated: 100 Artists in 100 Years, Claire Lawton, February 10, 2012; "Art in the Proper Setting," Ed Lebow, September 3-9, 1998

Rostocker Stadtmagazin "Fenster Der Seele Zur Welt," Knuth, October 1994

Span Magazine (United States Information Service Publication, New Delhi, India)"In Quest of Indian Art; Shanta Serbjeet Singh Interviews Henry Leo Schoebel," Shanta Serbjeet Singh, March 1985

Spectator Magazine "Ten Who Dared: Picking Through the Pieces at SECCA," Paul Govern, 14 January 1987

Spirit Maps Joanna Arettam, Red Wheel/Weiser, LLC, Boston/York Beach, Maine, 2001 (pg 72-73)

Tempe Tribune "Souls of the Southwest," Joshua Rose, Get Out, 13 August 1998

THE, Santa Fe's Monthly Magazine of the Arts "Henry Leo Schoebel and William Thomas Tuberty," Laura Addison, April 2001

Washingtonian Magazine "Washington's Very Best Galleries," Lee Fleming, September 1981; and "Eight Artists Hot and Young," Benjamin Ruhe, November 1980

Washington Post "The Renaissance Man, Henry Leo Schoebel's New-Old Influences," Jo Ann Lewis, 26 April 1986: "Henry Leo Schoebel," Paul Richards, 16 February 1984; "Classy Collection at Anton Gallery," Benjamin Forgey, 3 March 1983; "The Alley School," Paul Richards, 6 February 1982; "Artscope," Carla Hall, 21 July 1982; "Tell-Tale Folk," Paul Richards, 13 October 1981; and "WPA's Options: Sketching the Facets of a City in Flux," Paul Richards, 19 April 1981

Washington Review "Henry Leo Schoebel: Interview," Mary Swift, December-January 1988-89; "Henry Leo Schoebel: Recent Work," Mary Swift, April-May 1984; "Henry Leo Schoebel," Mary Swift, December-January 1983-1984; "Washington Sculptors in San Francisco," Clarissa K. Wittenberg, October-November 1982; "Narrative Wood," Lee Fleming, December-January 1981-1982; and "Emerging Washington Painters," Lee Fleming, October-November 1979

Washington Star "Options 1981," Benjamin Forgey, 20 April 1981

Washington Times "Tantrism," Jane Addams Allen, 1 March 1984; "Sculptors Divided on DC State of the Arts," Jane Addams Allen, 12 August 1993; and "Nine Artists," Jane Addams Allen, 3 March 1983

Winston-Salem Journal "Begone, Subtlety," Faith Heller, 21 December 1986

Working in Brooklyn: Painting Catalog, The Brooklyn Museum, 1987

SELECTED PRIVATE AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS   back to top

Arizona State University Art Museum (Main Campus)

Arizona State University (West Campus)

Artery Organization, Chevy Chase, MD

Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn, Rockville, MD

Deutsche Bank, New York, NY

Freddie Mac (Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation), Washington, DC

Galleries of Neiman Marcus, Phoenix, AZ

The George Washington University, Dimock Gallery, Washington, DC

Olga Hirshhorn, The Mouse House, Washington, DC

Law firm of Leboeuf, Lamb, Leiby & MacRae, Washington, DC

Netzwerk, Rostock, Germany

The Phoenix Art Museum

R. J. Reynolds/Nabisco, Washington, DC

Saks Fifth Avenue (Beverly Hills, Naples, FL, Phoenix)

Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, AZ

Towson State University, Towson, MD

Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ

Utah Museum of Fine Art, (gift of Dr. Luther L. Terry, Surgeon General, Kennedy Administration)