is a painter and since the late sixties he has had solo exhibitions
of his paintings in the United States, Canada and Australia. His paintings
have been included in group exhibitions in museums and galleries here
and abroad. His work is represented in public and private collections
including: The Brooklyn Museum, Carnegie Institute, Ft. Lauderdale
Museum, The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture
Garden, The Metropolitan Museum of Art , The Museum of Modern Art
and The Whitney Museum of American Art. He attended the Chicago Art
Institute, Bennington College, Williams College (BA), and Hunter College.
He taught at Bennington College in 1969 and has been teaching and
lecturing since then. In 1994 he taught an open-air landscape painting
class through New York University Continuing Education Center in Central
Park, and he was a guest teacher at The Art Students League in 1995.