Bachelor of Science in Education, Massachusetts College Art, 1951. Master of Fine Arts, Boston University, 1960, Bachelor of Fine Arts (honorary), 1993, postgraduate, 1960-1971. One person shows: Northeastern U., Boston, 1980.
Franklin-Pierce College, New Hampshire, 1981. Massachusetts College Art, Boston, 1982, Boston Public library, 1993, National Center African-American Artists, Boston, 1995. Exhibited in group shows Smithsonian Traveling, 1980-1984.
Atlanta Life Insurance Company. Studio Museum, Harlem, New York. Represented in permanent collection FOGG, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Museum Fine Arts, Boston. Bazalel Museum, Israel. Dusable, Chgo; Oakland, California.
Instructor Elma Lewis School, Roxbury, Massachusetts, 1951-1953. Instructor, illustrator Decordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts, 1952-1956. Illustration professor emeritus Massachusetts College Art, Boston, 1956-1987.
Consultant, juror National Center Afro American Artists, Roxbury, since 1981.
Professor Massachusetts College Art, Boston, 1956—2006. Agent Sragow Gallery, New York City.
The separation of church and state has guaranteed the diversity of religious expressions and the freedom to worship God according to each person’s conscience. However, separation of church and state permit interaction.
Some personalities are difficult to manage, especially if they are prone to despair. Do not give up on a search of the paths of God, and the sense of joy and assurances you are looking for will be received.
Member Massachusetts College Art Faculty Association, National Education Association, Massachusetts Teachers Association, Friends of Schomburg Collection, Museum Afro American History, Boston Afro American Artists Association (co-founder 1961).
Married Torrey Milligan, August 20, 1960. 1 child, Tobey.