10 inch tall painted bronze sculpture. Symbolizing the world's continued population explosion and the potential adverse affect on economic growth and living standards. The current world population reached 6.5 billion in 2006.
1957 Graduated Denver University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree.
1960 Began work in a commercial art studio in Denver, Colorado.
1969 Started and illustration and design studio, creating work for a variety of local and national clients. Was included in the Society of Illustrator's national show on two occasions. Also accepted as a contributing arts for Image Bank.
1989 Accepted twice in the national show for "Arts for the Parks". Also displayed works in galleries in Vail and Beaver Creek, Colorado.
1995 Participated in a group show in the Agora Gallery, New York.
1999 Joined the National Sculpture Society and was included in national shows in New York.
2000 Participate in a group show in the Arena...
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