Saturday, July 31, 2010

Friday, July 30, 2010

Two Faced

Two Faced
Utah Alabaster
Private Collection

Along the Road

Along the Road
Permanent Collection
Knightsville School, Summerville, SC

Pace of Change II

(raw stone) (c)
Pace of Change II
Private Collection


105 Rock Springs Road
Columbia, South Carolina 29223


1977 Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA;
BA Art and Political Science

1977 New York University, New York, NY;
Graduate School of Public Administration, School of the Arts (Photography)

1979 University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC;
Master of Media Arts

1982 Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA;
Education Specialist Program (Instructional Design)

1986, 1991 Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN;
Pottery, William Hunt, Bill Boulware

1988 University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC;
MFA Program, Pottery

1996-2004 Arrowmont School, Gatlinburg, TN;
Stone Sculpture, Various Instructors

2007-2010 Limestone Symposium, Bloomington, IN
Limestone sculpture, Amy Brier, etc.


1984- Present Artist/Owner, Terra Firma, Columbia, SC
Design and produce sculpture in stone, bronze, clay and formed stone

1995- Present Visiting Artist/Instructor, South Carolina Arts Commission
Arts in Education Roster of Approved Artists, Statewide, SC
Teach stone sculpture/carving, plus clay handbuilding, wheel throwing and
finishing techniques

1987 - 1988 Pottery Instructor, YWCA, Columbia, SC
Responsible for the teaching of handbuilding, wheelthrowing and finishing techniques

1981 - 1984 Media Specialist, Emory University Hospital,
Hospital Education Services, Atlanta, GA
As Producer/Director, responsible for the instructional design, budgeting and production of sound/slide and video programs for staff and patient education

1980 Production Services Manager, Twenty-Twenty Media Communications, Inc.,
Atlanta, GA
Responsible for supplier interface and production/creative assistance

1979 - 1980 Photographic Lab Technician, D/A South, Inc., Atlanta, GA
Responsible for the supervision of photo lab and the printing of enlargements for bank security personnel

1978 - 1979 Graduate Assistant, USC Department of Media Arts, Columbia, SC
Responsible for teaching assistance and department projects


2002 -present Vista Studios; Juried exhibiting member, President 2004-present

1994- present SC Artisans Center; Juried exhibiting member

1991- 2000 Charleston Crafts Coop; Juried exhibiting member

1992- 1997 Virginia/Carolina Craftsmen; Juried exhibiting member

Ongoing Tri-State Sculpture Educational Association;
Road Back Foundation (Board Member 2001-04)


2010 Transitions; WCAGA Exhibit, GA Perimeter College, Clarkeston, GA

2010 Sculpture in the 21st Century; Towson University, Baltimore, MD

2010 SC Festival of Flowers; Greenwood Arts Center, Greenwood, SC

2008-09 Rosen Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition; Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

2008, 09 Spring Into Art; McKissick Museum, USC, Columbia, SC

2004-2011 Sculpture in the South; Summerville, SC,

2007 Sculpture 2007; Wellington B. Gray Gallery, ECU, Greenville, NC

2000-2010 South Carolina State Fair Fine Art Exhibition; Columbia, SC
1st Place Professional Sculpture, Fall 2005, 2010
“The Tops” Merit Award, Fall 2000, 2008

93-96, 00-01, 07 Tri-State Sculpture at Washington Square; Washington, DC

2006, 07 A Fool for Art; McKissick Museum, USC, Columbia, SC

2006 Terra Firma; Solo Show, Upstairs Gallery, USC-Sumter, Sumter, SC

2006 Sculpture Today; Aiken County Historical Museum, Aiken , SC

2005-06 The Hub City Exhibition; Spartanburg Art Museum, Spartanburg, SC

2005, 06 Open Eyes; Invitational, Gallery 80808, Columbia, SC

2004-06 Palmetto Hands; North Charleston, SC

2005 Redefining Space; Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

2005 Nextwave: The “Storefront Galleries” Project; Sumter, SC

2005 Disclosures; WCAGA Exhibit, GA Perimeter College, Clarkeston, GA

2005 Art A Must; SC State Museum, Columbia, SC

2005 Piccolo Spoleto Juried Art Exhibition; Visitors’ Center, Charleston, SC

2004 Roots to Radicals; Sawtooth Center, Winston-Salem, NC

2004 Tri- State Sculptors; Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County,
Winston-Salem, NC

2004 Standpipe Festival; Belton Center for the Arts, Belton, SC

2004 Columbia Visual Artists Invitational; Columbia College, Columbia, SC
2003 Tri-State Sculptors Annual; Meredith College, Raleigh, NC

2002-2003 SC Artisan Center Traveling Show; SC

2002 Crossing The Line; Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA

2001 Tri-State Sculpture; Farmville, VA

2001 An Exhibition of Sculptural Works; Hart-Witzen Gallery, Charlotte, NC

2000-2001 North Carolina Arboretum Exhibit; Asheville, NC

1999- 2000 Traditions and Transitions; Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC

1998-1999 20th Year of Sculpture; Tri-State Sculpture Exhibition, Greensboro Cultural Center and Greensboro Arboretum, Greensboro, NC

1993-1999 National Garden Club Convention; NC, CT, TX, SC, GA

1997 Technology; Fayetteville Museum of Art, Fayetteville, NC

1996 New Works by Tracey Albrecht & Sharon Licata; Cameo Gallery, Columbia, SC

1996 “For Arts Sake”; USC-Spartanburg and Greenville Tech, Greer, SC

1996 Tri-State Sculpture at The American Center for Physics; Washington, DC


1990-Present Please request separate list if desired. Too numerous to include here.