Bachelor of Fine Arts, Massachusetts College Art, 1961. Master of Fine Arts, George Washington University, 1968. Master of Fine Arts, University Wisconsin, 1972.
Gallery owner Halem Studios, Alexandria, Virginia, 1965-1966. Instructor University Virginia, Fredericksburg, 1967. Instructor, assistant professor University Wisconsin, Madison, 1968-1972.
Visiting professor University California, Davis, 1973. Assistant professor California State University, Sacramento, 1973-1976. Co-founder, co-director Mix Canyon Foundation, Vacaville, California, 1975-1978.
President Zealous Art Projects, New York City, 1984-1986. Product designer, since 1980. Founder, director Artplace, 1984-1997.
Freelance curator, since 1988. Founder, director Artplace Design Group, since 1991, Woodrock Studios, Gardiner, New York, 1999. Director Barrett Clayworks, Art Studios and Galleries, board advisors.
Instructor Women's Studio Workshop, Rosendale, New York, 2003, Empire State College, Highland, New York, 2004-2005, Barrett Clayworks, Poughkeepsie, New York, 2005-2008, The Art Center New York, Red Hook, 2006-2007. Member board advisors The Art Center New York, Barrett Art Center.
Establisher Great American Women Sculpture Park, Library. and Research Center, Gardiner, New York, since 1998. Member American Craftsmans Council, Foundation for Community of Artists, Artists Society Kingston, Collage Art Association, National Museum Women in Arts, Women's Studio Workshop, Newburgh Artist Salon, Woodstock Art Association, Highland Cultural Center (board directors), Unisen Art Center, Newburgh Artist Salon, American Crafts Council, The Artist Circle, Dutchess County Art Association (board advisors).
1 daughter; 4 stepchildren.