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Associate Professor & Chair of Art
2 East South Street
Galesburg, IL 61401-4999
Associate Professor and Chair of Art
Years at Knox: 2004 to present
M.F.A., 1985, Yale University.
B.A., 1983, Hope College.
Sculpture, ceramics, art history.
Visiting Artist and Juror at Hope College, Holland, Michigan, November 2010.
Visiting Artist. Trinity Christian College, 2005.
Solo exhibit at Elon University, N.C. 2018.
"Emergence," Solo exhibit at Peoria River Front Museum, Peoria, IL. 2017.
Group exhibit at Carl Sandburg Community College, Galesburg, IL. 2017.
"Durable Goods," Solo exhibit of sculpture, Seerveld Gallery, Trinity Christian College, Palos Heights, IL. March 2017.
"Point/Line/Shape/Form," A five person exhibit including 10 works of Mark's, McLean County Art Center, Bloomington, IL. January 2017.
Group exhibit of Knox Studio Art faculty, Cornell College Gallery, Mount Vernon, IA. November 2016.
"The Thing Of It Is," Solo exhibit of sculpture and drawings, Western Illinois University Art Gallery. January 2016.
Solo Exhibit and Lecture: South Suburban College, South Holland, IL, October 2013.
Exhibit of Wood Sculpture, Chicago Urban Art Society, Chicago, Illinois, 2011.
One of three artists: Devening Projects, Chicago, Illinois, 2011.
'The Long Now' Solo Exhibition: Sidecar Gallery, Hammond, Indiana, 2010.
'Kabinett 4' Three Person Group Exhibition: Devening Projects and Editions, Chicago, Illinois, 2010.
Solo Exhibits, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois, 2007 and Beverly Arts Center, Chicago, Illinois, 2007.
Beverly Art Center of Chicago, 2007.
Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois, 2007.
Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois, 2005.
Judith Racht Gallery, Harbert, Michigan, 2002.
Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, 2000.