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Solo Exhibitions
2015 Pratt Manhattan, New York City
2014 Brian Morris Gallery, New York City
2013 Tregoning & Company, Cleveland, Ohio
Flow Follow Flow - Solo Project, Rupert Ravens Nexxt, Paterson, NJ
2013 Mulbery Street Library, New York City
2013 Red Dot, Hudson, NY
2012 SideShow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2011 Conde Nast Building lobby, New York City
2011 Rodale Building lobby, New York City
2010 Public Sculpture, Malesov/Prague, Czech Republic
2010 Andre Zarre Gallery, New York City
2009 Rupert Ravens Contemporary, Newark, NJ
2009 Miami Art Fair, Rupert Ravens Contemporary at ArtViceroy, Miami, FL
2008 Pocket Utopia relational exhibition, salon, and social space, Brooklyn, NY
2007 SideShow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2009 Mansfield Art Center/Ohio State University, Mansfield, Oh
2002 Town of Shandaken Historical Museum, Pine Hill, NY
2009 Adirondack lakes Center for the Arts, Blue Mountain Lake, NY
1998 The Erpf Gallery, Catskill Center, Arkville, NY
1997 York College, City University of New York, Queens, NY
2009 Philadelphia University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
1994 Open Interactive Media, New York City
1993 Andre Zarre Gallery, New York City
2009 Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY
1992 New York Technical College, City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY
1985 55 Mercer Street Artists Inc., New York City
1985 Resnick Showcase Gallery, Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus, Brooklyn, NY
1984 55 Mercer Street Artists Inc., New York City
1983 55 Mercer Street Artists Inc., New York City
1983 Brooklyn Museum Art School, Brooklyn, NY
1983 Terminal New York Show, Brooklyn, NY
1982 P.S. 1, Queens, NY
1982 P.S. 122, New York City
1982 Fashion Moda, Bronx, NY
1981 55 Mercer Street Artists Inc., New York City
1977 Susan Caldwell Inc., New York City
1977 Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Paintings, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
1977 Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, OH
1976 Razor Gallery, New York City
1971 Paley and Lowe Inc, New York City
1968 Paul Kessler Gallery, Provincetown, MA
Group Exhibitions
2015 Sideshow 3, "Circle its Wagons", Curated by Richard Timperio, Brooklyn, NY
2015 LES, Curated by Linda Griggs, New York City
2015 Viridian Gallery, Dertitus, Curated by Vernita Nemec, New York City
2014 Second Family 20, Curated by Julie Torres, New York City
2014 NYC Pop Up Art Exhibition, Brooklyn, NY
2014 Emerson Lodge, Mount Tremper, NY
2014 Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, "Paper", Brooklyn, NY
2014 SideShow Gallery, Curated by Richard Timperio, Brooklyn, NY
2013 Art at First (Presbyterian Church), "Dog, Dog, Cat", Curated by Barbara Lubliner & Barbara Sherman, New York City
2013 NeXXt, "Flow Follow Flow", Curated by Rupert ravens, Paterson, NJ
2013 Crest Hardware, Brooklyn, NY
2013 A|S Artists Studios, "Real Time", Pop-Up Exhibition, New York City
2013 Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, "Paper", Brooklyn, NY
2013 SideShow Gallery, Curated by Richard Timperio, Brooklyn, NY
2012 Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, "Paper", Brooklyn, NY
2012 SideShow Gallery, Curated by Richard Timperio, Brooklyn, NY
2011 Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, "Paper", Brooklyn, NY
2011 SideShow Gallery, Curated by Richard Timperio, Brooklyn, NY
2010 Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2010 SideShow Gallery, Curated by Richard Timperio, Brooklyn, NY
2009 Claire Oliver Gallery, Nurture Art Benefit, New York City
2009 FusionArts Museum, Art of the Crash, art created from detritus of Detroit, New York City
2009 SideShow Gallery, It’s a Wonderful Life: Curated by Richard Timperio, Brooklyn, NY
2008 Rupert Ravens Contemporary, Boson Exotic, Newark, NJ
2008 College of Saint Elizabeth, Calculating Art: Mathematics in the Visual Field: Curated by Virginia Butera, Morristown, NJ
2008 James Cohan Gallery, Nurture Art Benefit, New York City
2008 Abrons Art Center, Henry Street Settlement, In Context: The Language of Abstraction Continues: Curated by Kathleen Spicer, New York City
2008 SideShow Gallery, Peace: Curated by Richard Timperio, Brooklyn, NY
2007 FusionArts Museum, What the Hell Is It, Ethel? A group exhibit that transforms everyday objects into art, New York City
2007 Pocket Utopia exhibition space, Selections from the Pierogi Flatfile: Curated by Austin Thomas, Brooklyn, NY
2007 Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Snap to Grid, Los Angeles, CA
2007 SideShow Gallery, War Is Over Again: Curated by Richard Timperio, Brooklyn NY
2007 Synagogue for the Arts Gallery Space, Art from Detritus: Curated by Vernita Nemec aka N’Cognita, New York City
2006 SideShow Gallery, War Is Over: Curated by Richard Timperio, Brooklyn, NY
2006 Synagogue for the Arts Gallery Space, Art from Detritus: Curated by Vernita Nemec aka N’Cognita, New York City
2005 Edward Williams Gallery, Art from Detritus: Curated by Vernita Nemec, Farleigh Dickinson University, Hackensack, NJ
2005 Gallery Merz, Art from Detritus: Selected works (originated by Vernita Nemec), Sag Harbor, NY
2004 Synagogue for the Arts Gallery Space, Art from Detritus: Curated by Vernita Nemec aka N’Cognita, New York City
2003 CUNY Central Office, Chancellor’s Conference Room, Chancellor’s Loaned Art Exhibition, New York City
2003 John Jay College for Criminal Justice, Wall Gallery, Art from Detritus: Produced by Vernita Nemec, New York City
2002 Allegheny College, Animals in Art, Meadeville, PA
2002 John Jay College for Criminal Justice, Wall Gallery, Art from Detritus: Produced by Vernita Nemec, New York City
2001 Lake Placid Center for Arts, Adirondack Juried Art Show, Lake Placid, NY
2001 Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Tools as Art, Virginia Beach, VA
2001 Penninsula Fine Arts Center, Tools as Art, Newport News, VA
2000 The Millennium Art Collection, 2000 Reasons to Love the Earth, 2000 Foundation, Diemen, Netherlands
2000 The AKC Dog Museum, 21st Century Dog: Artists Take a Future Look: Curated by Michael Rosen, Saint Louis, MO
1999 Catherine J Smith Gallery, Origin of the Species: Juried by Sue Coe, Appalachian state University, Boone, NC
1999 Jorgenson Gallery, Portraits, New York City
1999 Catskill Mountain Gallery, Platte Clove, Catskill Mountain Foundation, Hunter, NY
1998 The Erpf Gallery, Landscapes by Platte Clove Artists in Residence, Catskill Center, Arkville, NY
1997 The Erpf Gallery, Water, Catskill Center, Arkville, NY
1997 Gallery 128, Pieces: Curated by Sylvia Netzer, New York City
1997 Art Show at the Dog Show, Wichita, KS
1996 Spaces, Auction, Cleveland, OH
1996 Cleveland Institute of Art, Faculty Show, Cleveland, OH
1995 The Alternative Museum, Made to Order: America’s Most Wanted Painting, New York City
1995 National Congress of Art and Design, “ArtReach ‘95”, Salt Lake City, UT
1995 Nutshell Gallery, Summer Landscapes, Lake Huntington, NY
1995 Pratt Manhattan, “QuickTime Festival”, New York City
1995 The President’s Gallery, “By the Sea”, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
1994 The Dog Museum, The Contemporary Canine, Saint Louis, MO
1994 Station Gallery, Summer Salon, Katonah, NY
1994 Nutshell Gallery, The Catskill Connection, Lake Huntington, NY
1994 Vered Gallery, Living with Art, East Hampton, NY
1993 Vered Gallery, Commissioned Portraits, East Hampton, NY
year Gallery 30, POWARS Benefit Auction, New York City
year Gallery 30, POWARS Benefit Auction, New York City
year Swiss Institute, Grand Tour, New York City
1992 Art Show at the Dog Show, First Prize in Watercolor, Wichita, KS
year Artists Space, Fools for Art, Annual Benefit, New York City
year New Mexico Art League, Juried Annual National Small Painting Exhibition, Albuquerque, NM
1991 Mona Bismarck Foundation, Lacoste School of the Arts in France 1971-1991, Paris, France
1990 Pan Am Building, “Art Windows”: Curated by Michael Brain and Kathryn Markel, New York City
year Nation Building Museum, “Tools as Art”: Selections from the Hechinger Art Collection, Washington, D.C.
1989 Pratt Manhattan Gallery, “Arts at Pratt Manhattan”, New York City
1988 Cleveland Institute of Art, “Geometric Abstraction: Cleveland Tradition”, Cleveland, OH
year Brooklyn Botanic Gardens Gallery, “Paintings and Drawings by People Who Teach Art in the Gardens”, Brooklyn, NY
1987 541 6th Ave. “Bigger and Deffer”, Curated by DD Chapin, New York City
year B.A.D. Museum, “Symbols”, New York City
year Artifacts Gallery, two person exhibition with Charles Searles, Philadelphia, PA
1986 Chemical Bank Art Collection, “A Mixture of Mediums”, New York City
year National Arts Club, “87th Annual Open Watercolor Exhibition”, New York City
year Long Island University Salena Gallery, “Works on Paper”, juried by Peter Frank, Brooklyn, NY
year Frostberg State College, “8" x 10"”, Frostberg, MD
year 22 Wooster Gallery, “Spring Collection”, New York City
year P.S. 122 Gallery, “Invitational Benefit”, New York City
year 22 Wooster Gallery, “Mixed Bag”: Curated by Searles/Spicer New York City
year Searles/Spicer Studio, “PaperWorks”, New York City
year Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, “8" x 10"”, Hagerstown, MD
1985 Mission Gallery, “Euthanasia”, New York City
year Jayne Baum Gallery, “The Razor Show”, curated by Franc Palaia, New York City
year Reynolds Kerr Gallery, “Save the Children Benefit Exhibition”, New York City
year Painting Space 122 Association, Inc., “May Day Art and Jazz Benefit,”, New York City
year Art Cafe, “Erotic Sho”, Curated By DD Chapin, New York City
year 55 Mercer Street Artists Inc., “Twelve Years”, New York City
1984 Allan Stone Gallery, “Talent”, New York City
year Cityarts Workshop Inc. “The Valentine Show”, New York City
year One Stop Gallery, Curated By DD Chapin, New York City
year Snug Harbor Newhouse Gallery, “Maquettes and Drawings from South Beach” Staten Island, NY
year Maryland Art Institute, “Visiting Artist Exhibition”, Baltimore, MD
year Carimor Galleries, “Synthesis”, painting and sculpture exhibition, New York City
1983 A.I.R., Invitational Exhibition of “Festive Small Works”, New York City
year Artists Space, “Hundreds of Drawings”, New York City
year South Beach Psychiatric Center, outdoor sculpture installation on view for one year, Staten Island, NY
year Terminal New York Show, site specific installation, Brooklyn, NY
year Hillwood Art Gallery, “Unaffiliated Artists”, C. W. Post Center, Long Island University, Greenvale, NY
year Middle Collegiate Church, “The Resurrection Show”, work by 100 East Village artists, New York City
year 55 Mercer Street Artists, Inc., “Anniversary Exhibition”, New York City
1982 A.I.R., Invitational Exhibition of “Festive Small Works”, New York City
year Public Image, “Black and White Show”, New York City
year Public Illumination picture Gallery, “100 Works by 100 Artists”, New York City
year Aldrich Museum, “A Look Back, A Look Forward”, Ridgefield, CT
year Cleveland Museum of Art, “May Show,”, Cleveland, OH
1981 A.I.R., Invitational Exhibition of “Festive” Small Works, New York City
year Alternate Center for International Art, “Emerging Artists”, New York City
1978 Bronx Museum of the Arts, Personal Visions, Places/Spaces, Bronx, NY
1977 Artists Space, Silent Auction, New York City
year Mari Galleries, Mamaroneck, NY
year Lehigh University, Contemporary American Painting, Bethlehem, PA
1976 Akron Art Institute, “Contemporary Images in Watercolor,” Akron, OH
year Kingpitcher Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
year Allan Stone Gallery, “Talent”, New York City
1975 Aldrich Museum, “Contemporary Reflections”, Ridgefield, CT, show travels to: Indianapolis, IN and Rochester, NY
year University of Denver, “Metroline ’75”, Denver, CO
year Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York City
year Oggi Gallery, Brookfield, CT
1974 Cleveland Institute of Art, “Alumni Invitational Exhibition”, Cleveland, OH
year Douglas Drake Gallery, “Realisms“, Kansas City, KS
1971 Paley and Lowe, “Gallery Group”, New York City
year Cleveland Museum of Art, “May Show”, Cleveland, OH
year Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY
1970 Paley and Lowe, “Gallery Group”, New York City
year Dayton’s 12 Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
year New York School Art Gallery, “Inaugural show”, Miami, FL
1969 Allan Stone Gallery, “New Faces”, NYC
1968 Paul Kessler Gallery, Provincetown, MA
1966 The Cooper School of Art, Cleveland, OH
1965 Butler Institute, “Biennial”, Youngstown, OH
1964 Jewish Museum, “Artists Working at the Pratt Graphic Art Center”, New York City
year Mercyhurst College, Juried Print Exhibition, Mercyhurst, PA
year location
year Boston Printmakers Exhibition, Boston, MA
Collections – Selected
U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC
U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, DC
National Building Museum, Washington, DC (on extended loan from John Hechinger)
Samuel Dorski Museum of Art, State University of New York, New Paltz, NY
Chemical Bank Art Collection, New York City
Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT
Wellington Management Corporation, Boston, MA
Amerada Hess Corporation, New York City
AT&T Long Lines, Bedminster, NJ
Arthur Danto, New York City
George Gund, Cleveland, OH
William G. Paley, New York City
Catskill Center for Conservation and Development, Arkville, NY
Robert Sakowitz, Houston, TX
Cleveland, Art Association, Cleveland, OH
Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH
Fashion Moda/Stefan Einz, Bronx, NY
Frank and Joan Gardiner, New York City
Milton Brutten and Helen Herrick, Philadelphia, PA
Morton and Lois Marcus, New York City
John Hechinger, Washington, D.C.
J.S. Samuel, New York City
Jeffrey and Maryanne Unger, New York City
Dr. Lee Osterman, Philadelphia, PA
Dr. and Mrs. David Zakin, New York City
Tom and Joyce Nozkowski, New York City
Bernard and Carla Reuben, Mamaroneck, NY
Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York City
Robert Stefanotty, New York City
Allan Stone Gallery, New York City
Tony Jannetti, New York City
Richard and Patricia Savidge, Shelter Island, NY
Herb and Marilyn Smith, Rhinebeck, NY
Kathryn Markel, New York City
Kathryn Rutenberg, New York City
Daryl Roth, New York City
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newman, New York City
Todd Jorgenson, New York City
Benjamin Evans, Brooklyn, NY
Corey Booker, Mayor, Newark, NJ
Robert Storr, New Haven, CT
Saul Dennison, New York City
Beth Venn, Newark, NJ
Marvin and Candace Cohen,, New York City
Donald Godard, , New York City
Martina Batan, New York City
Jaap Van Liere, New York City
Charlotte Fleming, New York City
Barbara Singer, Pine Hill, NY
Peter Reginato, New York City
Ellen Handy, New York City
Ralph and Linda Woehrman, Cleveland, Ohio
Michael and Ellen Fauerbach, Denver, NY
Reviews
James Panero, The New Criterion, Gallery chronicle, October 2012
Martin Bromierski, ANABA Fred Gutzeit, “SigNature”, at Sideshow, September 15, 2012, Link
Lynn Maliszewski, White Hot Magazine, May 2009, “Next Post: 18 Solo Projects @ Rupert Ravens Contemporary”, Link with reproduction
Tate Osten, FlashArtonline.com, May 5, 2009, “NEXT POST – 18 solo shows under one roof”, Link
Aaron Short, Williamsburg Courier, October 31, 2008, p. 30
Martin Bromierski, ANABA Social Sculpture, December 9, 2008, “Fred Gutzeit”, Link with reproductions
James Wagner, ArtCat, December 7, 2008, Fred Gutzeit at Pocket Utopia”, Link with reproductions
Alison Levy, ARTslant, November 23, 2008, “From Lee to Fred”, Link with reproductions
Joan D’Arcy, Woodstock Times, November 19, 1998, “Platte Clove Artists-in-Residence, Erpf Gallery” , p. 15 Sec. 2
Helen A. Harrison, The New York Times, Sunday, August 21, 1983, “Outside the Gallery System” , p. 24 L. I. edition
Malcolm Preston, Newsday, August 18, 1983, “Works by Unaffiliated Artists, ”Part II, p. 37 with reproduction
Barbara Gallati, Arts Magazine, November 1982, pp. 52–53 with reproduction
Marilyn Mizrahi, The Villager, September 16, 1982, pp. 19 with reproduction
John Perrault, Soho Weekly News, April 13, 1978, “Personal Visions”, p. 20 with reproduction
Peter Frank, Art News, October 1977, p. 138 with reproduction
Peter Frank, Art News, October 1976, pp. 120
Ellen Lubell, Arts Magazine, October 1976, p. 28 with reproduction
Judith Tannenbaum, Arts Magazine, October 1975, “New Talent”, p. 17 with reproduction Duncan Pollock, Rocky Mountain News “Now”, April 13, 1975, “its good ol’ painting at the Metroline ’75”, p. 11 with reproduction
Willis Domingo, Arts Magazine, June 1971, p. 54
C.R., Art News, June 1971, p. --
Articles
Lynn Maliszewski, Milk Made - “Creative Spaces: Fred Gutzeit”, October 12, 2012, Photos by Masha Maltsava, Link
Lynn Maliszewski, on-verge- “The Crux: A Conversation with Fred Gutzeit”, August 31, 2012, Link 1, Link 2
Roberta Smith, The New York Times, Sunday, September 13, 2009, “Artists Without MortarBoards”, Art & Design Section, p.76 and Link with reproduction
James Kalm, Brooklyn Rail, ArtSeen, November, 2008, “Brooklyn Dispatches: Resurrection of Bad-Ass Girl, Part I”, Link with reproduction
Stephanie Rose Bird, Natural Home Magazine, January, 2003, “Aesthetic Ecology”, p 20 with reproductions
Mary Cassai, Daily Freeman, Kingston, NY, December 20, 2002, “Pine Hill Museum Features Dog Portraits, p. 7 with reproduction
Kelvin Christopher James, Frigatezine, July 2, 2001, “A Woman’s Work”, Link with reproductions
Michael Rosen, 21st Century Dog, article with reproduction in book published in October, 2000
Nancy Thompson, Canine Images Magazine, November, 1999, “Slice of Life Painter”, pp. 19– 22 with reproductions
Glenda Gustafson, Catskill Center News, Fall 1998, “A New Generation of Landscape Painters”, pp. 12–14 with reproductions
Pete Hamill, Tools as Art: the Hechinger Collection, published by Harry Abrams Inc, 1995, NYC, p. 93 with reproduction
Micahel J. Fressola, Staten Island Advance, May 20, 1986, “Sculpture Gets a New Home”, B11with reproduction
Advance Staff Writer, Staten Island Advance, April 5, 1986, “Wanted Home for Outdoor Sculpture”, A 5 with reproduction
William R. Greer, The New York Times, Friday, March 15, 1985, “Glove in Hand”, WeekEnder Guide, p. C13
Joan Shepard, Daily News, New York City, June 16, 1985, “Happenings in the City”, p. B 31 with reproduction
Joan Shepard, Daily News, New York City, April 8, 1984, “He’s not a kid-glove artist”, p. M 16 with reproduction
Susan Paul, The Phoenix, Brooklyn, September 22, 1983, “The Terminal Show in Sunset Park”,p. 7 with reproduction
Helen Cullinan, The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio, September 15, 1977, p. 11B
Helen Cullinan, Sunday Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio, September 11, 1977, Section Six p. 10 with reproduction
Gallery, The Cleveland Press, Cleveland, Ohio, September 9, 1977, with reproduction
Patricia Eakins, Arts Magazine, April 1977, p. 16 with reproduction
Patricia Eakins, American Artist Magazine, October 1975, “Fred Gutzeit: An Organic Approach to Images,” p.42+ with reproductions
Listings
Who’s Who in Society
Who’s Who in the East
Who’s Who in American Art
2000 Artists and Designers of the Twentieth Century
Scholarships, Awards, and Residencies
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, 2013–2014
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, 2006–2007
Vermont Studio Center, Residency in Painting, (one month) January, 2003
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant,1999–2000
Residency at Catskill Center’s Platte Clove House to paint the area landscape, Summer, 1998
Art Show at the Dog Show,Wichita, Kansas, 1992, First Prize in Watercolor, $200.
Mary C. Paige Traveling Scholarship
Jack Johnson Award for Excellence in Printmaking
Otto F. Egge Award for Scholastic Excellence
Yale Norfolk Summer School of Art and Music, Norfolk, CT (Scholarship)
Cleveland Institute of Art, awarded by National Scholastics Magazine (Scholarship)
Visiting Artist and Lecturer
2013 Nurture Art, Muse Fuse Image Share Night, Brooklyn, NY
2012 Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT. Slide lecture of own work and critique with design and printmaking students.
2010 Bronx Community College. Slide lecture of own work.
2008 Philadelphia University of the Arts. Slide lecture of own work and individual critiques with MFA painting students.
2003 Cleveland Institute of Art. Three day visit with drawing students, including reviews with Drawing Majors, slide lecture of own work and MFA study in NYC region
2009 Miami University, Oxford, OH. One recent, plus five consecutive summer (one week, intensive) credit courses: three
1997–01 Beginning Watercolor, one General Watercolor, and two Advanced Watercolor workshops.
1997 Philadelphia University of the Arts. One day visit in conjunction with solo exhibition of landscape paintings. Slide lecture of own work and individual critiques with undergraduate painting students.
1994 Cleveland Institute of Art. One day visit. Slide lecture of own work and critique with drawing students.
1991 Brooklyn Museum: Demonstration and Lecture on watercolor for museum docent program.
1987 Brooklyn Botanic Gardens. “Green”, a five hour lecture and demonstration displaying color theory and the history of green in paintings.
1986 Brooklyn Museum: Day-long workshop in conjunction with Exhibition: “Contemplating the American Watercolor”.
1984 Maryland Art Institute. Slide lecture and individual critiques with undergraduate painting students.
1980 Philadelphia College of Art. Delivered slide talk, as participant in Visiting Lecturer Series, on current art trends in commercial galleries and “alternative spaces”.

Montclair State College, NJ. Slide lecture on current art trends in commercial galleries and “alternative” exhibition spaces in New York City.

Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, Ohio. Slide lecture: “Alternative” Exhibition Spaces in New York City.

Cleveland Institute of Art. Two day visit including slide lecture on “current art” in New York and meeting with students to critique their work.

Cleveland State University. Delivered five, two hour slide lectures on “current painting” in New York.

Cuyahoga Community College, Parma, Ohio. Slide lecture to painting students on current art trends in commercial galleries and “alternative” exhibition spaces in New York City.
1978 School of Visual Arts, New York City, Slide lecture of own work with students in History of Illustration Class, conducted by Marshall Arisman.
1977 Cleveland Institute of Art, Gallery talk and meeting with painting students as part of “Distinguished Alumnus” Exhibition.
1970 Cooper School of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, Slide lecture of own work and judging of student work in Fine Arts.
Teaching Experience (selected)

1993–2015 City College (City University of New York), Painting, Drawing, and Design.
1998–03 York College (City University of New York), Painting, Drawing and Computer Graphics
1995–97 Cleveland Institute of Art, Painting, Drawing, and Design.
1986–03 Pratt Institute (Manhattan and Brooklyn), Painting, Drawing, and Design.
1984-85 Lacoste School of the Arts in France, (Sponsored by the Cleveland Institute of Art), Painting, and Painting Techniques. 
1978–83 New York University (NYC), graduate and undergraduate courses in Painting, Drawing, and “Introduction to Galleries and Museums”.
Education
1977–79 Hunter College (CUNY), M.A. Degree in studio art.
1963–64 Pratt Graphic Art Center, NYC. Studied lithography.
1962–63 Travel and study in Mexico after graduation from the Cleveland Institute of Art: One year of independent painting including four months attending classes at El Centro Cultural Ignacio Ramirez in San Miguel Allende.
1959–62 Cleveland Institute of Art, Certificate of Graduation, four years of study, Major: Painting. Minor: Printmaking. Study included Graphic Design and Photography.
1961 Yale Norfolk Summer School of Art and Music, Norfolk, CT. Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, and Photography.