Master of Fine Arts:    Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA
Bachelor of Arts:    Scripps College, Claremont, CA
Additional Study:    Tyler School of Art of Temple University, Rome, Italy
    Pratt Institute of Art, Brooklyn, NY
2005  Grant, Fieldstead Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
2005  Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Center Award
2002-03  Fellowship Award in Painting, New York Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY


  Edward F. Albee Foundation Visual Artists Award, New York, NY
2002    Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Center Award, New York, NY
1997–98    Fulbright Senior Scholar Award, Fulbright Commission, Bonn, Germany
1997    Guest Artist, Tenth International Kunstforum, Eichhofen Palace, Eichhofen, Germany
1996–97    Fulbright Senior Scholar Award, Fulbright Commission, Bonn, Germany; USIA, Washington, DC
1995    Artist-in-Residence-in-Vienna Award, Austrian Federal Chancellery of Art Ministry of Science, Research and Art, Vienna, Austria
1994    Virginia Center for the Creative Arts Fellowship,
Sweet Briar, VA
1993    Artist-in-Residence, Deutsche Burgenvereinigung, Marksburg Castle, Braubach, Germany
1993    Fieldstead Grant, The Italy Project: CIVA Florence Portfolio, Florence, Italy
1992    Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus Fellowship, Schwandorf, Germany
1992    MacDowell Colony Fellowship, Peterborough, NH
1991    Millay Colony for the Arts Fellowship, Austerlitz, NY
1990    Fellowship Award in Painting, New York Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY
1990    Yaddo Fellowship, Saratoga Springs, NY
1990    Mary Hulitar Prize, The Society of the Four Arts,
Palm Beach, FL
1989    Artist Space Artists Grant, New York, NY
1989    Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant in Painting,
New York, NY
1989    Award for Best Conceptual Work, American Society of Architectural Perspectivists, Boston, MA
1988    Schutts & Bowen Award, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, FL
1988    Women's Research and Development Grant, The City University of New York, New York, NY
1985    National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artists Fellowship Grant in Painting, Washington, DC
1985    Research Award, The City University of New York,
New York, NY
1981–82    CAPS Grant, Creative Artists Program Services, New York State Council on the Arts, New York, NY
2017  Forthcoming: "Art for the Great Books," invitational exhibition: Chris Anderson, Sandra Bowden, Jennifer Brown, Ned Bustard, Matt Clark, Kathy Hettinga, Allison Luce, Katie Joy Nellis, Veritas Academy, Leola, PA
2015  "Maps, Marvels, & Melodies," three-person exhibition: Chris Anderson, Emmanuel Cacciatore, and Wayne Roosa, The Rob Buckley Memorial Art Gallery, New York, NY
2014  "Who Are You," Center on Contemporary Art ("CoCA"), Seattle Design Center, Seattle, WA
2014  "Hope," The Loft Gallery, New York, NY
2014  "American Landscapes," Circle Gallery, Maryland Federation of Art, Annapolis, MD
2013  "Timepieces," solo exhibition, Kindlingsfest, Eastsound, Orcas Island, WA
2012  Bellevue Gallery, "Gallery Installation," Vancouver, BC, Canada
2011  L'Ecole Internationale du New York, "Black Fuchsia, the Narrow Stage & the Gift," 3-person show, curated by Mako Fujimura, New York, NY
2011  Grace Gallery, "Women & Art," The City University of New York: New York City College of Technology, Brooklyn, NY
2010  Islip Art Museum, "A Family Affair," curated by Jason Paradis, East Islip, NY
2010  Bellevue Gallery, "Eternal: Part I," Vancouver, BC, Canada
2010  Bunny Gunner Gallery, "Roland," Pomona, CA
2010  Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, "Wetpaint," A&N Building, Charlottesville, VA
2010  Bellevue Gallery, "Varying Perspectives," Vancouver, BC, Canada
2009  Azusa Pacific University, "56 Shadow Pictures," temporary MFA Artist-in-Residence projection, Azusa, CA
2009  New York Center for Art & Media Studies, "Benefit Exhibition," New York, NY
2009  Selections from Drawn & Quartered: Work in Progress," solo studio show, EFA Building, New York, NY
2008  Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, "Amerika trifft Bayern: 1988-2008 Jahre Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus," sponsored by BMW in cooperation with the cities of Schwandorf and Regensburg, Germany (with catalogue)
2008  The Regent Atrium, "Till We Have Faces," collaborative permanent public art installation, Regent College, Vancouver, BC, Canada
2008  "Fifteenth Anniversary Exhibition of The Florence Portfolio," published by Normal Editions, The School of Art of Illinois State University, MoBia, New York, NY
2008  "EFA Open Studios," Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY
2008  "Expansions," group show, Bellevue Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Canada
2007  Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, invitational show, Regent College, Vancouver, Canada
2007  Schloss Mittersill, "A Thin Space," anniversary invitational, Mittersill, Austria
2006–07  Bellevue Gallery, "Timepieces," solo exhibition, Vancouver, BC, Canada
2006  Wexler Gallery, "Family Stories," solo exhibition, Philadelphia, PA
2005  Cooper Union, "Artists as Reconcilers," International Arts Movement, New, NY
2005  C.S. Lewis Foundation, "At the Back of the North Wind, Part I" solo exhibition, Faculty School of Music, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England
2005  C.S. Lewis Foundation, "At the Back of the North Wind, Part II" solo exhibition, Catherine College, University of Oxford, Oxford England
2005  Corcoran Gallery of Art, "Select III, Washington Project for the Arts," Washington, DC


  Schloss Mittersill, "My Home Is My Castle: From Fronberg to Mittersville," solo exhibition, Mittersill, Austria
2003    Sato Museum, "Considering Peace," UNESCO Benefit Exhibition, Toyko, Japan
2003    Barrington Art Center, Gordon College, "Images of the Body," curated by Rachel Rosenfield Lafo, Director of Curatorial Affairs, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Wenham, MA
2003    Kristen Fredrickson Contemporary Art, "The Return of Beauty," sponsored by Image and International Arts Movement, New York, NY
2002    The Museum of Modern Art, "Life of the City," New York, NY
2002    Exit Art, "Reactions," New York, NY, traveled to: Art Center College of Design, Los Angeles, CA; Kunstverein Umzumdom Hauptbahnhoff, Cologne, Germany, among others
2002    "The September 11 Photo Project," with publication by HarperCollins, New York, NY, traveled to: Underground Atlanta, Atlanta, GA; Detroit Public Library, Detroit, MI; Chicago Public Library's Herald Washington Library Center; Armory Northwest, Pasadena, CA; Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, DC
2002    Artist's Space, "Night of 1000 Drawings," New York, NY
2002    Images from the Frontlines of History: A Democracy of Photographs "Here Is New York," sponsored by the Aaron Siskind Foundation, among others, traveled to: Department of Cultural Affairs, Chicago; Berliner Festpiele, Martin Gropius-Bau, Berlin; La Maison des Rencontres, Arle, France
2002    Hardcastle Galleria, "A World Transcends,"
New York, NY
2001    Istitito San Lodovico, Palazzo Ranieri, Gordon College Abroad, "Earth and Memory/Terra e Memoria," solo exhibition,
Orvieto, Italy
2001    Regent College, "At Home in the Landscape: Drawings from Italy," solo exhibition, Vancouver, Canada
2000    Graduate Art Symposium, "Mapping the Landscape," sponsored by The Pew Charitable Trust/CIVA/IVCF, University of Note Dame, Notre Dame, IN
1999    Max-Planck Institute, "White Light and Memory," solo exhibition, Berlin, Germany
1998    Galerie Dorow im Kunsthof, "Family Stories: Historical Dislocations in the Domestic Landscape," solo exhibition with catalogue, Berlin, Germany
1998    Regent College, "My Home Is My Castle: The Schlossgeist Series," solo exhibition, Vancouver, Canada
1997    Schlossgalerie Eichhofen, "Tenth International Kunstforum," solo and group exhibitions, Eichhofen Palace,
Eichhofen, Germany
1997    Amerika Haus Berlin, "Historical Dislocations" and "The Schlossgeist Series," solo show, sponsored by the Fulbright Commission, USIA, and Coca-Cola Deutschland,
Berlin, Germany
1993–96    "The Italy Project: Civa Florence Portfolio," selected exhibitions from ongoing tour: Bard Museum of the Pacific School of Religion, Harding University, Union University, Biola University, Wheaton College, Northwestern College, Concordia University
1995    Atelier Davidgasse, "Historical Dislocations: Studies for the Schlossgeist Series," solo exhibition, sponsored by the Austrian Chancellery of Art (Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Art), Vienna, Austria
1995    Galerie Schwarzes X,"X-treme," Nuremberg, Germany
1995    Kohn Turner Gallery and Claremont Graduate University, "Get Back," Los Angeles, CA
1994    Greenville College, "Historical Dislocations," solo exhibition, Greenville, IL
1994    Grace Gallery, "Women at Work," NYCCT, The City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY
1994    Regent College, Symposium Exhibition, Graduate Institute of the Visual Arts, Vancouver, Canada
1994    Jubilee Art Center, "The Life and Death of Art: An Exhibition of Art and Semiotics," New York, NY
1994    C.S. Lewis Society Institute, Queens' College, Cambridge University, "In Search of the Hidden," Cambridge, England
1993    Greenbelt Arts Festival, invitational exhibition, Deene Park, Northampton, England
1992    Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, "Historical Dislocations in the American Landscape: My Home Is My Castle," solo exhibition, Schwandorf, Germany
1992    Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, "Domestic Landscape: Interior View," site-specific installation, Sweet Briar, VA
1990–91    The Society of the Four Arts, "Contemporary American Paintings," Palm Beach, FL, selected by Hugh Davies, Director, San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art
1990    The Laguna Gloria Art Museum, "New Art: Paintings from New York, Texas and California," Austin, TX
1990    The Muscarelle Museum of Art, "American Drawing Biennial," College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, selected by C. Denison, Curator, Drawings and Prints, The Morgan Library
1990    Bingham Kurts Gallery, "A History of the Square in Landscape," solo exhibition, Memphis, TN
1988    The Society of the Four Arts, "Contemporary American Paintings," Palm Beach, FL, selected by Douglas Schultz, Director, Albright-Knox Art Gallery
1989–90    Laguna Gloria Museum of Art, "At the Edge," Austin, TX, selected exhibitions from two-year tour: The University of Texas at Austin and Southwestern University, selected by Barry Walker, Curator, The Brooklyn Museum of Art
1989–90    Erector Square Gallery, "Woman in Her Place," New Haven, CT, selected by Faith Ringgold
1989–90    The Women's Building, "Holiday Tea Party," Los Angeles, CA, selected by Betty Asher
1989    The Art Institute of Chicago, "Architecture in Perspective," Chicago, IL, selected exhibitions from two-year tour: John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto, Canada; Northern Michigan University; Nevada Museum of Art; The National Convention of the Architectural Institute of America; selected by Thomas Beeby, Joseph Gonzales, and John Zukowsky
1989    Museum of the National Arts Foundation, "In Search of the American Experience," The Jacob Javits Federal Building, New York, NY
1987    Columbia College, "Paper in Particular," sponsored by the Missouri Arts Council, Columbia, MO
1987    Hera Gallery, "Works on Paper," Wakefield, RI, selected by Deborah Johnson, Curator, The Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, sponsored by the Rhode Island Council on the Arts
1986    College of Architecture and Environmental Design, "God, Man, and Glamour," A&M University, College Station, TX
1986    Parsons School of Design, "Recent Paintings: Historical Dislocations," solo exhibition, New York, NY
1986    The American Embassy, "Art Stop in Moscow: Symposium for Emerging Women Artists in the USA," Moscow, Russia
1985    Brooklyn Arts and Cultural Association, "Small Works," Downtown Cultural Center, Brooklyn, NY, selected by Lynn Gumpert, then Curator, The New Museum
1985    The Butler Institute of American Art, "Midyear Show," Youngstown, OH, selected by David Shirey
1985    King's College, "Crossed Purposes II," solo exhibition, Briarcliff Manor, NY
1985    Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery, International Graphic Arts Foundation, "10th International Print Exhibition," New York, NY, selected shows from two-year tour: James Madison University, Swain School of Art, St. John's College, Grinnell College
1984    The New York Arts Group, "Crossed Purposes I," solo exhibition, New York, NY
1982    Public Illumination Picture Gallery, "One Hundred Works," New York, NY
1982    "CAPS Fellows Exhibit," sponsored by the New York State Council on the Arts, selected shows from one-year tour: Rockefeller Arts Center, The State University of New York, Fredonia, NY; Schweinfurth Memorial Arts Center, Auburn, NY
1982    International Exhibition Center, "Arteder '82: International Exhibition of Graphic Arts," Bilbao, Spain
  Previous exhibitions: "Paperworks," The Washington Gallery, Washington, DC; "The Drawing Show," Womanspace, Los Angeles, CA; "Women USA," Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, CA; and "Centennial Exhibition of American Art in Rome," Tyler School of Art, Rome, Italy
2016–17  The City University of New York: New York City College of Technology, Brooklyn, NY, Adjunct Assistant Professor
2008–14  The City University of New York: New York City College of Technology, Brooklyn, NY, Adjunct Assistant Professor
2009  Azusa Pacific University, Graduate Art Program, Azusa, CA, MFA Artist in Residence
2008  Regent College, Vancouver, Canada, Sessional Lecturer
2006  Pratt Institute of Art, Pratt Manhattan, New York, NY, Assistant Professor
2002    Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ, Assistant Professor
2000–02    Pratt Institute of Art, New York, NY, Assistant Professor
2001    The Italy Program, Gordon College Aboard, Orvieto, Italy, Visiting Artist
2001, 1998, 1996    Regent College, Vancouver, Canada, Sessional Lecturer
1982-1996    Parsons School of Design, New York, NY, Faculty
1997–98    Berlin University of the Arts (Universität der Künste) Germany, Fulbright Guest Professor
1984–86    The City University of New York: New York City College of Technology, Brooklyn, NY, Assistant Professor
1980–83    The King's College, Briarcliff Manor, NY, Adjunct Faculty
    Previous positions: Skidmore College, Assistant Professor; University of Maryland, Assistant Professor
2014  Artist-in-Residence and Annual Aesthetics Lecturer, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL (keynote lecture, three artist presentations, senior critiques)
2013  Artist-in-Residence, Kindlingsfest conference, Eastsound, Orcas Island, WA (lecture, exhibition)
2012  The State University of New York, Plattsburgh, NY (lecture, workshop, critiques)
2010  Visiting Artist, Biola University, La Mirada, CA (lecture, seminar, workshops, critiques)
2009  Artist-in-Residence: Azusa Pacific University, Graduate Art Program, Azusa, CA (studio residency, public lecture, critiques)
2008  Distinguished Lecturer for 2008, Trinity Western University, Langley, BC, Canada (five lectures, critiques)
2008  Plenary Speaker, The Verge Arts Series, "Art & Community," Trinity Western University, Langley, BC, Canada (lecture)
2006–08  International Arts Movement Conference, TriBeCa Performing Arts Center/BMCC: The City University of New York/Cooper Union, New York, NY (workshops, critiques, panels, jurying)
2008  MoBiA, "The Florence Portfolio: An Evening with the Artists", New York, NY (exhibition presentation)
2007, 2004–05  Schloss Mittersill Arts Conference, Schloss Mittersill, Mittersill, Austria (lecture, workshops)
2005–06  New York Center for Arts and Media, New York, NY (lecture, seminar, critique)
2005  C.S. Lewis Institute, "Oxbridge," University of Cambridge, Cambridge; University of Oxford, Oxford, England (workshops)
2004  Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, Old Lyme, CT (lecture, demonstration, critiques)
2002    The International Center, sponsored the New York Foundation for the Arts and Artists & Audiences Exchange, New York, NY (lecture)
2001    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL (lecture, graduate critiques)
2001    Florida International University, Miami, FL (lecture, graduate critiques)
2000    Graduate Symposium, Pew Charitable Trust/CIVA/IVCF, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN (lecture)
1999    University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM (lecture, graduate critiques)
1998    University of Alaska at Anchorage, Anchorage, AK (lecture)
1998    Smith College, Northhampton, MA (lecture, critiques)
1997    Berlin University of the Arts, (Universität der Künste), Berlin Germany (exhibition lecture)
1994    Graduate Institute of the Visual Arts, IVCF, Regent College, Vancouver, Canada (lectures)
1993    Fine Arts Academy of Nuremberg, (Kunstakademie Nürnberg) Nuremberg, Germany (studio lecture)
1992    Greenbelt Arts Festival, Deene Park, Northampton, England (exhibition lecture)
1991    Columbia University Graduate School of the Arts, New York, NY (lecture and graduate critiques)
1990    Biola University, La Mirada, CA (lecture, workshop, critiques)
1990    National Academy of Design, New York, NY (presentation, critiques)
1987    I.C.S. Graduate Program in Philosophical Aesthetics, Toronto, Canada (studio lecture)
    The Vatican Museum of Contemporary Religious Art,
Vatican City, Italy
    Torquato Terracina, Casa di Risparmio Foundation,
Orvieto, Italy
    Istitito San Lodovico, Palazzo Ranieri, Orvieto, Italy
    The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
    Cincinnati Museum of Contemporary Art
    The New York Historical Society, New York, NY
    The Library of Congress 9/11 Digital Archives, Washington, DC
    The New York City Public Library
    Armand Hammer Museum, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
    Takebashi Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
    Artothek des Bundes, Austrian Art Documents, Federal Chancellery of Art, Vienna, Austria
    Bayer Corporation (Bayer AG), New Haven, CT
    Graham Center Museum, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL
    IBM, Purchase, NY
    Fronberg Castle, Fronberg, Germany
    Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Sweetbriar, VA
    Sebald Druck und Verlag GmbH, Nuremberg, Germany
    Chrysler Capital Corporation, Scarsdale, NY
    Cologne Hyatt, Cologne, Germany
    Southeast Bank Corporation, Miami, FL
    Delta Airlines, Inc., New York, NY
    Carlton Tower, London, England
    Maryland National Bank, Baltimore, MD
    Marriott, Inc., New York, NY
    J.W. O'Conner & Associates, New York, NY
    The Fulbright Commission, Berlin, Germany
    Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, New York, NY
    Bank South, Atlanta, GA
    Drake Swissötel, New York, NY
    The Barcello, Washington, DC
    Schiff, Hardin & Waite, Chicago, IL
    Siemans, Atlanta, GA
    Financial Concepts, Boston, MA
    ITT Hartford, Hartford, CT
    Wayne Library, Lyon, NY
    Lang Communications, New York, NY
    Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, Schwandorf, Germany