My artistic career can best be seen in three parts: early years through college as a driven artistic learning experience; professional career as a practicing attorney as grabbing hours and courses on sculpture where I could; after law as a consuming quest for technique and application. That’s now been twelve years. At first I was drawn to different subjects and different mediums. My focus has narrowed to specialize in reliefs, low and high.


  • Furman University, BA (minor Art)
  • University of Virginia, JD
  • Atlanta College of Art (stone sculpting)
  • Savannah College of Art (and Design) (“SCAD”) (bronze casting)
  • Florence Academy of Art (sculpture)
  • Brookgreen Gardens (numerous sculpture workshops)


  • Winner 2017 Philip Shutze Award for artisanship/craftsmanship given by the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art for works in bronze relief.
  • Hambidge Fellow, Hambidge Art Center
  • Bascom Art Center, juried exhibition, “American Art Today, Figures”; Instructors Exhibit
  • National Sculpture Society, 77th Annual Exhibit
  • International Art Medals Federation, Medals Congress, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Thayer Hobson Memorial Award at The American Artists Professional League
  • 86th Grand National Exhibition and the Leila Gardin Sawyer Memorial Award at the 87th Grand National Exhibition.
  • Permanent collection, Booth Western Art Museum, a Smithsonian Institution.
  • Seven one-man shows