Masterpieces from The American Jewelry Design Council
500 Pendants and Lockets
Contemporary Interpretations of Classic Adornments
Major Works by Leading Jewelers
The Penland Book of Jewelry
Master Classes in Jewelry Techniques
Inspiring Adornments for the Hand
Masters of Their Craft
Highlights from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Art Jewelry Today
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
American Craft in the Renwick Gallery
National Museum of American Art Smithsonian Institution
Oakland, CA Museum, 1992
Three pieces, Scepter Clasp on Woven Chain, Pendant in a Square Motif, and Chain Earrings
acquired for the permanent collection.
Renwick Gallery, National Museum of American Art, the Smithsonian, 1996
Floating City Purchase of the James Renwick Alliance for the permanent collection.
AGTA American Gem Trade Association
AJDC American Jewelry Design Council
Metal Arts Guild of the San Francisco Bay Area
SNAG Society of North American Goldsmiths
Education and Training
1971-1973 Sir Frances Drake High School, San Anselmo, CA. First classes in metals, focusing primarily on casting and soldering skills.
1973-1977 College of Marin, Kentfield, CA. Glen Miller, instructor.
Self directed studies in granulation, silversmithing, casting.
1976 William Clark, Emeryville, CA. Six month class in various subjects, including dies and molds, spinning, tube forming and stone setting.
1978-1982 Revere Academy, San Francisco, CA. Classes in rendering, gold refining, diamond setting.
1983-1984 Fachhochschule fuer Gestaltung, Schwaebisch Gmuend, West Germany. Guest studies in enameling, engraving, and Granulation.
1998 Glen Lehrer, Larkspur, CA Week-long class in gem carving.