There are pieces of my work in collections in California and throughout the US: Alaska, the District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Kansas, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon & Washington.

There are also pieces in collections in France, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

Recently, Capital One added a piece from the Square of Square series to its corporate collection.



While living in northeast Kansas in the early 1970s, I was asked to build a doll house as a project for Cub Scouts. Instead, I built what I told my parents was a museum of modern art. The plywood building was influenced by a childhood obsession with the formed concrete of Kivett & Myers' Kansas City International Airport. And it was most definitely outings to the contemporary collection at the Nelson-Atkins that influenced the museum's collection of miniature abstracts I painted on scraps of balsa wood and tiny metal sculptures I made using paper clips and string.