Exhibition Record, 1988-2015

Solo:

Mary Vernon: Painting, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, TX, 2015;

Mary Vernon: Recent Works, University of Mary Hardin Baylor, Baugh Center for the Visual Arts. Belton, Texas, 2015;

Mary Vernon: Painting, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, TX (catalog), 2012;

Mary Vernon: Still Lifes and Tables, Valley House Gallery, 2009;

Mary Vernon: Recent Paintings, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, 2006;

Mary Vernon: Recent Work, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, 2002;

Mary Vernon: Painting and Collage, Kilgore College Fine Arts Gallery, Kilgore, 2001;

Mary Vernon: New Work, Evanston Art Center, Evanston, Illinois, 2000;

Mary Vernon: Color Studies for Almaty, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2000;

Mary Vernon, Midland College, Midland, Texas, 2000;

Mary Vernon: Pientures, Maison des Amis de Chateauneuf, Chateauneuf-en-Auxois, France, 1998;

Mary Vernon, Brookhaven College, Dallas, 1997;

Mary Vernon, Recent Work, Longview Art Museum, Longview, Texas, 1996;

Mary Vernon, Calhoun, Cowan, and Pulley, Dallas, Fall, 1994;

Mary Vernon: Cars, Meadows Museum, SMU, Fall, 1993,

Mary Vernon, Wichita Falls Museum of Art, 1993;

Mary Vernon, Western Texas College, 1992;

Mary Vernon, Irving Arts Center, 1992;

Mary Vernon: Works on Paper, Oak Street Gallery, Denton, 1988.

Group:

Menagerie: Art and the Animal Kingdom, The Grace Museum, Abilene, Texas, 2015;

60th Anniversary Exhibition: A Celebration of Valley House Artists, Valley House Gallery, 2014;

Summer Cut, Valley House Gallery, 2014;

“A Way of Remembering,” Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Fort Worth, Texas, 2014;

Suitable Subjects: Contemporary Still Lives, The Grace Museum, Abilene, Texas, 2013;

Elemental = Color/Line/Texture, Valley House Gallery, 2011;

5×7 2009, Arthouse at the Jones Center, Austin, 2009;

Meadows Art Now, McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, 2009;

Thank You, Fort Worth: An Appreciation from Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 2009;

Experiencing Perspectives, Daimler Financial Services, Fort Worth, 2008-9;

Texas Tour: 100 Years of Texas Landscape Painting, Valley House Gallery, 2008;

Summer Group Exhibition, Valley House Gallery, 2008;

Printmaking Now, Rockport Center for the Arts, Rockport, TX, 2007;

Kingdom Animalia, Valley House Gallery, 2006;

5×7 On The Road: Dallas, Dunn and Brown, Dallas, 2006;

Recent: Work by the Faculty of the Division of Art, Pollock Gallery, SMU, 2006;

Shared Visions: Texas Artists Then and Now, Arlington Museum of Art, 2006;

50th Anniversary, Valley House Gallery. Dallas, 2004;

Flatbed Press: Texas Grit, William Campbell Contemporary Art, Fort Worth, 2004;

Selections from the Collection of Tom Wilkinson, Franklin County Art Museum, Mount Vernon, Texas, 2003;

Collection of the United States Embassy Residence, Santiago, Chile, Santiago, 2003;

Recent Work: Faculty Exhibition, Pollock Gallery, SMU, 2003;

Size Does Matter: Contrasts of Scale in Contemporary Art, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, 2003;

Modalities of the Visible: A Survey of Contemporary Art in North Texas, Brookhaven Center for the Arts, Dallas, 2002;

42nd Annual Invitational Exhibit, Longview Museum of Fine Arts, Longview, 2002;

I-45 Combined, Lowell Collins Gallery, Houston, 2002;

Prelude: Preliminary Studies and Unfinished works, Pollock Gallery, SMU, 2001;

Sunny Days, Starry Nights, Austin, 2001;

Postcards From All Over, IAA Center for the Arts, Irving, Texas, 2000;

World Festival of Art on Paper, Kranj, Slovenia, 2000;

Palette 99, Cain Center, Athens, Texas, 1999;

New Painting and Sculpture, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, 1998;

Dallas Area Art — Small Works Exhibition, Lowell Collins Gallery, Houston, 1998;

Madness at the Mac, McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, 1998;

Faculty Exhibition, Meadows Museum, Dallas, 1998;

Faculty Exhibition, Pollock Gallery, SMU, 1997;

Sue Cobb, Mary Vernon, Charlsie Mitcham, Dallas Visual Art Center, 1997;

500X Gallery, Dallas, 1997;

A Space Time: The Fourth Dimension, McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, 1997;

Drawings, Cedar Valley College, 1997;

Texas: Natural Wonders, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, 1997;

Memphis College of Art Global Fax/Envelope Mail Exhibit, 1996;

Montserrat College of Art, Global Fax/Envelope Mail Exhibit, 1996;

New York Studio Program, Global Fax/Envelope Mail Exhibit, 1996;

20x20x20 — A Compact Competition, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1996;
500X Gallery, Open Show, 1996;

Cobb, Mitcham, Vernon, 500X Gallery, 1996;

Greeting Cards and Gift Papers: Artist Designed, Lakeside Gallery, Richland College, Dallas, 1996;

500X Gallery, Dallas, 1995;

Flatbed Group Exhibition, Rachel Harris Gallery, Fort Worth, 1995;

6 X Art, 2613 Thomas Avenue, Dallas, 1995;

Members Invitational, The MAC, Dallas, 1995;

20x20x20, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1994 (Jurors’ Award);

The Eleventh Annual National Juried Art Exhibition, Warehouse Living Arts Center, Corsicana, 1994 (Juror’s Award);

Binary Ground: Contemporary Landscape and Environment, Curated by Kevin Curry, Hickory Street Annex, Dallas, 1994;

500X Gallery, Dallas, 1994;

Contemporary American Art, Part I, Budapest and Székesfehérvár, Hungary, 1994-1995;

500X Gallery, 1993;

The First, Paul Rogers Harris and Ray Hetzel, Dallas, 1993;

Dare: A to Z, Dallas, 1993;

Art in the Metroplex, Fort Worth, 1993 (Mr. & Mrs. John L. Clardy Sr. Award);

City Room Garden, University of Houston, 1993;

Texas A&M College of Architecture, 1993;

University of Texas at Arlington, 1993-94;

California College of Arts and Crafts, 1994;

15x15x15, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1992;

500X Gallery, Dallas, 1992;

Faculty Exhibition, Pollock Gallery, SMU, 1992;

Images of Nature, Martin-Rathburn Gallery, San Antonio, 1992;

500X Gallery, Dallas, 1991;

Faculty Exhibition, Meadows Museum, Dallas, 1990;

Faculty Exhibition, Pollock Gallery, SMU, 1988;

The Blues, Brookhaven College, 1989;

Works on Paper, Gerald Peters Gallery, 1989;

SMU Salon, Crescent Gallery, Dallas, 1988.

Bibliography

George W. Bush Presidential Center, Art Collection, “Mary Vernon, Sculpture with Birds,” (reproduced), page 17.

At The Meadows: A Semi-Annual Guide to Exhibitions and Programs, Spring, 2016, “Recent Acquisitions: Mary Vernon Arno, Bisenzio, Giardino, and Villa”

Kevin Kaiser, “Still Life with Landscape: The Art and Philosophy of Mary Vernon,” in Langdon Review of The Arts in Texas, Volume 11, 2014 -2015, pages 142-156, Still Life with Dictator on cover; Berkeley House, Albers House, Sculpture with Video, Still Life with Queen, Table with Ancestor, July, Still Life with Rock, Kunsthaus Garden, Landscape with Red Table, Luohan and his Attendant, Narrative, Still Life with Author, and Blue Sculpture in Halifax reproduced.

Kent Boyer, “Mary Vernon: Valley House Gallery, Dallas, November 10 –December 8, 2012,” in “Recent + Current Works of Note,” Arts and Culture Magazine, December 2012 – January, 2013, page 39, October reproduced.
Mary Vernon: Paintings, exhibition catalog, interview with Larry Scholder, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, TX, 2012.

Texas Art Collection: Dallas Country Club, introduction by Murray Smither, 2012.
Frederick Turner, “The Eyes of Texas: Art and Texas Light,” American Art Quarterly, published by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center (Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, Summer 2010, Volume 27, Number 3, pages 27-33.

Experiencing Perspectives: 2008-2009 Fort Worth Art Exhibition, exhibition catalog, Daimler Financial Services, Fort Worth, TX, pages 78 and 79, Lissajous and Little Hatting reproduced. 2009-2010 Art Exhibition, exhibition catalog, Daimler Financial Services, Fort Worth, page 97, Copper Beach and Seven Knots reproduced. 2011-2012 Art Exhibition: Fort Worth Art Exhibition, exhibition catalog, Daimler Financial Services, Fort Worth, TX, page 110, Still Life with Hero reproduced.

“Art and Entertainment in the Corridor: Arts and Events,” Addison: The Magazine of the North Texas Corridor, Fall 2009, pages 10 and 71, Still Life with Dictator reproduced on Quin Matthews, Art Matters, WRR, September, 2009.

“Guide Picks,” The Dallas Morning News Guide, August 28, 2009, Table with Iron Jacket and Still Life with Rock reproduced.

Bruce Phelps, “Neighbors: In the ‘Wood: Mary Vernon,” Lakewood People, November 10, 2006, page 3A.
Mike Daniel, “Art: Last Chance,” The Dallas Morning News Guide, November 3, 2006, page 27, Study after Pisanello reproduced.

Janet Kutner, “Generations,” The Dallas Morning News, June 15, 2006, page G1.

“Start Your Collection,” Southwest Art Magazine, April 2004, page 38, Little Hatting reproduced.

50th Anniversary Exhibition, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas, March 5-27, 2004, page 22.

Mike Daniel, “Mary Vernon at Valley House,” The Dallas Morning News Guide, October 14, 2002, Guide, p. 59, Maldive and State Line reproduced.

Ambassador William Brownfield, United States Embassy, Santiago, Chile, Art in Embassies Program, 40th Anniversary, U. S. Department of State, Washington, D. C., 2004, Gottlieb’s Steer and Dark and Light 3 reproduced.

“Portrait of an Artist,” SMU Research, Volume 7, 2000.

Dawson W. Carr, Mary Vernon: Painting Landscape with Collage, essay, 2000.

Assemble: SMU Art Faculty Exhibition, exhibition catalog, Division of Art, Meadows School of the Arts, SMU, 1998.

David Newman, The Being of Painting: Color and Form in Seven Paintings by Mary Vernon, 1997.

Visual Exchange, Dallas Visual Art Center, Spring, 1997, Kusatsu reproduced.

Jay Sullivan, “Meadows School of the Arts,” SMU Research, inside back cover, Volume 3, 1996. Milkweed reproduced.

Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University Division of Art Faculty Exhibition, postcard set, 1995, Dictionary reproduced.

Andras and Katalin Geller, editors, Beata Szechy, curator, Contemporary American Artists, Hungarian Multicultural Center, (Dallas, Oakland California, and Budapest), 1994. Study (The Green Man) reproduced.

SMU Division of Art Faculty Exhibition, exhibition catalog, Meadows Museum of Art, Southern Methodist University, 1994.

Samuel K. Heath, Mary Vernon: Cars, exhibition catalog, Meadows Museum of Art, Southern Methodist University, 1993.

Faculty in Art, Southern Methodist University, Meadows School of the Arts, 1990, page 11, Hermes and Dionysos reproduced.

Faculty in Art, exhibition catalog, Division of Art, SMU, 1989.

“Mary Vernon,” High Profile, Dallas Morning News, August 30, 1987, p. 5E.

Publications

Writing

“The Memorable Jerry Bywaters,” with Frances Bearden, in Ellen Buie Niewyck, Jerry Bywaters: Lone Star Printmaker, SMU Press, 2007.

Conversations 5: Lois Dodd, Mary Vernon. Published in conjunction with the exhibition Lois Dodd: Paintings and Drawings, March 5 through March 31, 2007, Pollock Gallery, Division of Art, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University.

“Hestia,” The Olympians, Continuum Publishing, New York, 1996, p. 93.

“Artists’ Angels,” The Angels, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, 1994, p. 211.

“Fixing Upon the Dark,” The America Papers, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, 1991, p. 44.

“The Color Red,” What Makes a City: Crisis and Carnival, The Institute Newsletter, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, 1988, p.40.

Morocco Bound, Travel guide, Dr. Pepper Travel series, 1978.

Through the Vienna Woods, Travel guide, Dr. Pepper Travel series, 1979.

Review of Basil Taylor, Constable: Paintings, Drawings, and Watercolours, (New York, Praeger), 1973; Eric Adams, Francis Danby: Varieties of Poetic Landscape, (New Haven: Yale), 1973; and Alexander M. Ross, William Henry Bartlett, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press), 1973, Victorian Studies, Indiana University, Volume XVIII, Number 2, December, 1974, p. 231.

Artist’s Books

Rocks, Limited Edition, 2009

MV Recent Works, Limited Edition, 2008

The Warden Book, Limited Edition, 2008

Tool for Self Analysis, Limited edition, 2007

Animals and Almaty, Limited edition, 2007

I Said Hello, Limited edition, 2007

Illustration

Drawings in James Hillman, Anima: An Anatomy of a Personified Notion, Spring Publications, 1985.

Drawings in Italian edition: James Hillman, Anatomia du una nozione personificata, Adelphi Edizione, 1989.

Drawings in Japanese edition, 1990.

Chapter headings in Charles Boer, translation of Ovid’s Metamorphosis, Spring Publications, 1989.

Painting reproduced in Arlington Museum of Art Calendar, “Pig Lily,” 2006

Covers:

The America Papers, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, 1991.

Barbara Anderson’s First Fieldwork, Waveland Press, 1990.

Texas International Festival, Events Calendar, 1989.

Greg Mogenson, God as Trauma, Spring Publications, 1989.

Willelm Heinrich Roscher and James Hillman, Pan and the Nightmare, Spring Publications, 1988.

Linda Fierz-David, translation of The Dream of Poliphilo: The Soul in Love, Spring Publications, Jungian Classics Series, 1987.

Nor Hall, Those Women, Spring Publications, 1987.

Gaston Bachelard, On Poetic Reverie And Imagination, Spring Publications 1987.

Russell Lockhart, Words as Eggs: Psyche in Language and Clinic, Spring Publications, 1983.

Murray Stein, In Midlife, Spring Publications, 1983.

Compact Disc Cover — John Butcher, Phil Durrant, and Peggy Lee, Intentions, Nuscope Recordings CD 1011 (Santa Theresa and Little City), 2001.

Compact Disc Cover — Guy, Dick, Raine-Reusch, Gudire, Nuscope Recordings CD1003 (46 and 44; Mesa) 1997.

Compact Disc Cover – Canvas Trio, 16 Moments, Music and Arts CD-999
(Quadrants), 1996.

Compact Disc Cover — Crispell, Guy, and Hemingway, Cascades, du Maurier International Jazz Festival, Vancouver (View at Nice), 1995.

Selected Lectures and Contributions to Symposia 2000 to 2014

2015 On the Albers House, University of Mary Hardin Baylor, Baugh Center for the Visual Arts

2015 Taos: Color in Landscape, Taos Cultural Institute, SMU, Taos, New Mexico

2014 Beautiful and Cute. Town and Gown Club of Dallas; Dallas Women’s Club, Dallas, Texas

2012 Color Words: Writing of Color the Renaissance Way, Series of four lectures on Thylesius, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

2012 Vibrant Color of Taos, Taos Cultural Institute, SMU, Taos, New Mexico

2011 Taos as Art, Taos Cultural Institute, SMU, Taos, New Mexico

2011 Painting and Navigation, Mississippi Art Colony Visiting Artist Lecture,
Utica, MS

2010 Taos as Art, Taos Cultural Institute, SMU, Taos, New Mexico

2010 Color and Mud, SMU in Taos Colloquium, Fort Burgwin

2010 Auden and Bruegel, Dallas Institute Open House, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture.

2009 Pleasant Surprises (and Embodied Meanings) in the series “Beauty in the Contemporary World,” Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture.

2008 On Turner — The Sublime, Technology and the Materials Aesthetic in the series “Of Aspect More Sublime:” The Appeal of Romantic Art And Poetry, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

2008 How to Behave Around Drawings, Meadows Museum, Dallas.

2008 Genesis Rendered: Images of Creation, in Literature as a Mode of Knowledge: The Epic Tradition, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, Summer Teacher’s Institute, Dallas.

2007 Color and Form in Matisse’s Sculpture, in Three Area Artists Look at Matisse’s Influence, with David Bates and Philip Van Keuren, Nasher
Sculpture Center, Dallas.

2007 Speaker in Symposium, Why the Tie?, in honor of Tiya Miles: Ties That Bind, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture.

2006 Convener, Academy Forum, SMU: What is Talent, with Professor Melissa Dowling, November 2, 2006. Paper presented: “The Myth of Talent.”

2006 Participant, Academy Forum, SMU: Academic Freedom, with Professors Beauchamp, Gosney, and Ubelaker, April 4, 2007. Paper presented: “Academic Freedom for Students – the Pigs Controversy.”

2006 Participant, Academy Forum, SMU: Truth and Bull – Helping Students to tell the difference, with Professors Bill Beauchamp and Karl Kilinski, September 26, 2006. Paper presented: “Bullshit as a Fear of Form.”

2005 Ordering and Reordering: George Bellows at the Dallas Museum of Art, DMA

2004 Color Propulsion, Dallas Women’s Club

Dallas Business Committee for the Arts Graduation Speaker

Art in the 2004 Competition, Academic Decathlon Teams of Richardson Independent School District

Color: Seeing, Reading, Relating, Lecture Series, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

2003 Collage, SMU Young Presidents Association

Texas-Modern, Universidad Mayor, Santiago, Chile.

Contemporary Art in Texas, UNIACC – University of Arts and Communications, Santiago, Chile.

The Embassy’s Collection, United States Ambassador’s Residence, Santiago, Chile.

Color in Texas Art, Diego Portales University, Santiago, Chile.

Color in Texas Art, Universidad del Desarrollo, Santiago, Chile.

Visiting Artist, Colorado State University, Lecture: Color Propulsion.

Difficulty in Drawing, Meadows Museum, SMU, in conjunction with Spanish Master Drawings from Dutch Collections, 1500-1900.

2002 Color Propulsion, Kilgore College Symposium, Kilgore, TX

Analyze This – How to Decipher Composition, Lecture Series at Dallas Women’s’ Club, (including lectures by Jay Sullivan and Peter Beasecker)
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Art as Theft, The City of Imagination: The Future of Beauty, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

Art as Theft, Keynote address for Eastfield College Festival of the Arts.

Collage in the Galleries, Dallas Museum of Art

Art in the 2002 Competition, Academic Decathlon Teams of Richardson Independent School District

Reading About Painting, Tables of Content, Colophon and SMU Libraries

2001 Dallas Business Committee for the Arts Graduation Speaker

Art in the 2001 Competition, Academic Decathlon Teams of Richardson Independent School District

Abstraction and Photography, Envisioning Through a Lens series, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

2000 Cosmopolitanism, North Texas Conference of Educators, University of North Texas

Color and Mud, SMU Staff Association

Looking at Art, Dallas Museum of Art

Burne-Jones, Pilgrim at the Gates of Idleness, Dallas Museum of Art

Dallas Business Committee for the Arts Graduation Speaker

Education

B. F. A. 1965 University of New Mexico Art History

M. A. 1967 University of New Mexico Art and Art History

Undergraduate study: 1961 to 1963 University of California, Berkeley

Areas of Specialization: Painting and drawing; history of sculpture; color theory.

Academic Appointments and Professional Experience

Present Professor of Art, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University

1987 to 1996 Associate Professor of Art, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University

1987 to 1995 Chair, Division of Art, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University

1981 to 1987 Partner, Vernon Associates, Dallas, Texas (specialized in film production, graphic design
direction, and seminars in public speaking). Produced and designed the pilot for The
Architecture of Nature and The Architecture of Man, with Vincent Scully.

1979 to 1981 Chair, Division of Art History, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University

1974 to 1979 Associate Professor of Art History, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University

1972 to 1974 Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University

1967 to 1972 Instructor in Fine Arts, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University

Awards, Honors, and Fellowships

2006 Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Fellow, SMU

2005/6
Judge, First Round, Heitt Prize in the Humanities, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

2004 Provost’s Grant in Instructional Technology for studio classroom equipment, SMU

2003 United States, Department of State, Art in Embassies Program, American Artists Abroad Program: Visiting Artist, Santiago Chile

2001 Provost’s Grant, Rockefeller Brothers Foundation: Teaching Technology, SMU

Southern Methodist University Students HOPE Professor Award

2000 Meadows School of the Arts Faculty Research Grant, Preparation for Exhibition at Evanston Art Center

Division of Art, Meadows School of the Arts, Research Grant

1998-1999 Meadows Foundation Distinguished Teaching Professor

1998 Moss-Chumley North Texas Artist Award

1997 Meadows School of the Arts, Faculty Research Grant

1994 Meadows School of the Arts, Faculty Research Grant: Residency at Flatbed Press, Austin, Texas

1995 Appointed to the Contributing Faculty, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, California

1982 Fellow, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

1981 “M” Award, SMU, for Service to the University

1978 National Endowment for the Humanities Director’s Grant for Research and Teaching

1974 Outstanding Professor Award, SMU

Gallery Representation: Valley House Gallery, Dallas

University and Community Service

Meadows School of the Arts, Academic Policies Committee, 2009 –
Division of Art Curriculum Committee, 2011- 2013;
Meadows School of the Arts, Ad Hoc Committee on Governance, 2006;
Chair, Bookstore Committee of the Faculty Senate, 2006;
Board of Directors, National Council of Art Administrators, 1992-1995;
President, Faculty Senate of SMU, 1995-1996;
American Airlines Tate Academic Summit Planning Group, 1999-present;
President, Town and Gown Club of Dallas, 2002-2003;
Advisory Board, Pollock Gallery, Division of Art, SMU 1995-present;
Academic Advisory Board, Meadows Museum, SMU, 2003-present;
Executive Committee, Town and Gown Club of Dallas, 2000-2003;
Advisory Board, Herrin House, Dallas, 2001;
Public Art Committee, City of Dallas Cultural Affairs Commission, 1989-1992;
Art In Public Places Committee, City of Dallas, 1987-1989;
Board of Directors, Contemporary Culture, Inc., 1990-present;
Advisory Board, Talented and Gifted Magnet at Townview High School, 1997-1999;
WishboneTM Educational Advisory Board, 1994-95;
Advisory Board, DARE Lecture Series, 1993-1994;
Advisory Board, TheTexas Biennial Exhibition, 1993;
Education Committee of the Board of Trustees, Dallas Museum of Art, 1992-1994;
Advisory Board, The Women’s Center of Dallas, 1992-1995;
Advisory Board, Highland Park Arts, 1991;
Advisory Board, Artreach, 1990-1993;
Advisory Committee, Dallas Area Rapid Transit Art and Design Program, 1990-1996;
Advisory Board, Arts Magnet High School;
Advisory Committee, The Landmark Program;
Advisory Board, L’Architecture et Les Arts Décoratifs Francais;
Advisory Board, The Assemblage;
Board of Directors, Craft Guild of Dallas, 1987-1990;
Board of Directors, Arts District Friends, 1985-1988;
Arts District Foundation Visual Arts Advisory Panel;
Dallas Police Association Police Memorial Committee, 1986;
Trustee, Dallas Museum of Art, 1980-1983;
Programs for Irving Community Television, 1982-1983;
Commentator, KERA Radio and Television;
Utilities Committee, City of Flower Mound, 1977;
Treasurer and Firefighter, Volunteer Firefighters of Flower Mound, 1975-1977.

Collections

United States Department of State
Southern Methodist University, Dallas
George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
Belo Foundation, Dallas
U. S. Trust, Dallas
Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines
School of Engineering, J. Lindsay Embrey Building, SMU
Dallas Country Club
Wadley Regional Medical Center, Texarkana
Clover Partners, Dallas
Neiman-Marcus, Dallas
United States Embassy, Bucharest, Rumania (1994 – 1997, Art in Embassies Program)
United States Embassy, Riga, Latvia (1997 – 2000, Art in Embassies Program)
United States Embassy, Santiago, Chile (2002 – 2004, Art in Embassies Program)
Numerous private collections