1967 Graduated from the University of Texas with a Bachelor of Architecture Degree
1973 Licensed as an Architect in the State of Texas
1974 Began professional career as an Artist
1975 Owned and operated The Art Collection Gallery & Frame Shop, Dallas TX
1975 Special Award, Texas Fine Arts Association Show, Dallas TX
1976 Best of Show Award, Four State Classic Art Show, Texarkana TX
1977 Best Watercolor Award and Best of Show, Autumn Festival. Sedona AZ
1978 Admitted into the Society of Animal Artists
1981 Best Watercolor Award, Phippen Memorial Arts Show, Prescott AZ
1981 Exhibited at the Academy of Natural Science, Philadelphia, in the Society of Animal Artists S how
1981 Wildlife art included in an article in the May issue of "Arizona Highways" magazine
1982 Feature article in January issue of "Southwest Art" magazine
1982 Inclusion in Harold and Peggy Samuels' book, Contemporary Western Artists
1982 Featured Artist in the 1982 World's Fair, Knoxville TN
1983 Southwestern Bell Telephone Company featured his painting "Born Free" in their monthly newsletter
1984 Invitation to submit work
to the White House for Easter. The piece is a painted wooden Easter egg which is now on display in the permanent collection
1985 Commissioned to sculpt a larger-than-life statue of "The Lost Sheep"
1987 Honored by the Valley of the Sun Church of Religious Science Phoenix AZ as the sculptor of the Church's "Letting Go" bronze (their logo) on "Letting Go" Sunday.
1988 Color Cove Studio was created to produce, display and promote the artist's work
1988- Ceramic production, including sculpting, mold making, 1992 glazing, and firing
1992 Extensively remodeled Color Cove Studio
1993 Illustrated "Sunlight Works-Solar Science" by Heather Gurley and Bob Larson
1994 Produced his 15th limited edition print for Gray Stone Press, Nashville TN
1996 Illustrated "Alice in Pastaland" by Alexandra Wright Charlesbridge Publishing
1997 Watercolor painting, "High Country" used for the Prescott AZ Phone Book Cover
1998 Speaking engagements at Purple Sage and Andersen Elementary Schools in Austin TX "Alice in Pastaland" with Mary Chandler
1998 Book signing at Borders Book Store, Austin TX for "Alice in Pastaland" with Mary Chandler
1999 Watercolor painting, "Born Free" used for the Sedona AZ Phone Book Cover
2000 Computer Rendering, "Land of Dreams" used for the Sedona AZ Phone Book Cover2000 Architectural Renderings for Realtors, Developers, Architects and Builders. Featured in numerous above related publications. 2000 Article in Sedona's Red Rock News on the studio's architectural renderings 2001 Computer Rendering, "Hedgehog Cactus" used for the Sedona AZ Phone Book Cover 2001 Computer Rendering, "Sunrise Crossing" used for the Cottonwood AZ Phone Book Cover 2001 Illustrated "Steamer and Shelly Go to Pot" by Richard Stack, Windmill Press 2002 Authored and Illustrated "The Windrider" , Color Cove Studio
2003 Architectural Renderings for Realtors, Developers, Architects and Builders. Featured in numerous above related publications.
2005 Color Cove Studio featured on 2005 Solar Home tour.
2006 Growing clientele for architectural renderings throughout the Southwest.
2007 Designed and built fine art studio for Color Cove Studio.
2008 Architectural Renderings appearing in Sedona Monthly, Desert Living and Scene magazines.
2009 Increased production in the area of fine art focusing on sculpture and book writing.
2010 Alice and Pastaland translated and published in Korean. 18,000 copies printed in
2011 Runner up in Sedona Arizona Roundabout Art Competition (Hwy 89a).
2011 Architectural illustration work expanded via the internet with work being done in New York, Chicago, New Orleans and Los Angeles.
2012 Alice and Pastaland to be translated and published in Chinese.
2012 Sedona Arizona Roundabout Art Competition Runner-up.
2014 Awarded the contract for the Sedona Arizona Roundabout Art Competition Schnebly Hill Road with his entry, The Open Gate.
2015 The Open Gate sculpture was installed in the Schnebly Hill Road Roundabout.
2015 Work now being shown at the Goldenstein Gallery, Sedona Arizona.