Museums at Oglebay Park
Artist, photographer, graphic designer, printmaker, museum designer.
The Mansion Museum located at Oglebay Park in Wheeling West Virginia required hours of historical research and preparation before exhibits could be properly designed. A rare steel engraving from 1849 was discovered in the museum archives and carefully photographed to retain the engraving lines. This image was used for the Pioneering Spirit introduction panel. The Northwood Gallery Glass Museum project included scanning a turn-of-the-century album and one-of-a-kind record of the Northwood glass works in Wheeling, West Virginia. A similar design style was chosen for Northwood as both museums were part of the history of Wheeling.
Oglebay Institute Mansion Museum
Northwood Gallery Glass Museum
Rhode Island School of Design – MFA 1975
Photography, lithography, serigraphy
Ohio State University – 1978
Master of Arts – Photography
Virtual Technology Museum – 2021 to present
Historical science, technology and art
Institute of American Indian Arts – Santa Fe – 1974
Artist in residence, instructor in serigraphy
Paul Jay Associates -1980 to present
Advertising, television, radio, outdoor, graphic design, printing, trade show design, museum design