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BORN February 1, 1954 

2002 Hudson River Park; Manhattan. Artist chosen to work with Sasaki Architects to design and build monumental steel sculpture for Tribeca segment. 40’ steel structures. (ongoing.)
2000-1 Hunts Point Recreation Center; Bronx, N.Y. Winner of competition for outdoor site - specific sculpture.
1997-9 “The Ariana“, Anderson and Associates Architects, N.Y.C. Permanent installation for entry, lobbies, and courtyard of Brooklyn factory converted to apartments. Many structures of steel, stainless steel, cable and wired glass.
1993-7 Metropolitan Transportation Authority, N.Y.C. Permanent Commission in Brooklyn Bridge/ City Hall Subway Station, Manhattan. 30’ x 15’ cable panel overhead and floor to ceiling cable panel triptych.
1994 Miami Dade Community College, South Campus. Outdoor sculpture “Shelter “, 2 units of steel and “pfifertex”, 13’ x 39’ x 18’ each. Donated by Center for Fine Art and N.F.A.A.
1992 Enrico Cinzano, residence in N.Y.C., and Greenwich, Ct. Series of 8 art chairs and 2 tables in forged steel and slumped glass. Collection of sculptures “Intersection”, “Column”, “Rudder”, “Corolla”, and “”Calyx”; all of steel and slumped glass.
1985 Harcum Junior College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. Outdoor Kinetic Work “Windflower”.
1982 S.U.N.Y. Cortland, Cortland, N.Y. Permanent site-specific outdoor
sculpture in cast concrete and steel. 12’ x 12’ x 10’.

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