1962 M.A., Sculpture - University of California, Berkeley,
1960 B.A., Mathematics - University of California, Berkeley,
PRISM, SOLAR SPECTRUM SKYLIGHT and OTHER COMMISSIONS (Selected):
2005 4 over 5 +72, Highlands University, Las Vegas, New Mexico
2004 Conversations with the Sun, Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan
2004 Spectrum 8, Smithsonian Institution, NMAI (National Museum of the American Indian), Washington DC
2004 Solar Spectrum, Albuquerque Convention Center, Albuquerque, NM
2001 Eighteen over Five, Eugene and Marion Kauffman Foundation, Kansas City, MO
2001 Eighteen over Five, Eugene and Marion Kauffman Foundation,
Kansas City, MO
Spectrum 12, Saitama University, Saitama, Japan
1998 Solar Spectrum, US Federal Courthouse, Tampa,
1996 Dwan Light Sanctuary, United World College, Montezuma,
NM; commissioned by Virgina Dwan
1996 Pythagorus Rainbow, Cook Institute, Grand
1993 Year of Solar Burns, Chateau d'Oiron, Oiron,
France; commissioned by the Ministry of Culture
1992 Solar Spectrum, Harvard Business School Chapel,
1990 Latitude 41°, Central Naugatuck Higher Education
Center, Waterbury, CT; Connecticut. Commission on the Arts.
1987 Tumbling 12, Alaska International Airport, Anchorage,
AK; commission: Alaska Percent for Art.
1987 Light Lines, San Francisco International Airport,
San Francisco, CA
1986 Light, Rock and Water, Wells Fargo Plaza, San
1985 Light Gates, Linclay Corporation, Kansas City,
1985 Lines of Light, Rays of Color, Plaza of the Americas,
1983 West Light, Towson State University, Towson,
MD; commission: Maryland State Arts Council with N.E.A. support.
1983 Rock Bow, Cumberland Station, O'Hare Rapids,
1982 Toward Seven, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand
1980 Spectrum Building, Denver CO
1979 Dietrich Foundation, Philadelphia, PA
1979 Prestonwood Town Center, Dallas TX
1977 Two Prisms form the Origin of Color, University
of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
1976 GSA Art and Architecture Program, Federal Courthouse,
Lincoln, NE Prism and Spectrum Installation.
1972 Solar Spectrum for Porat Yeshivat Joseph, Old
City, Jerusalem, Israel. (Moshe Safdie, Architect). Not Built.