National Endowment for the Arts, Artist Grant Award.
Art Institute of Chicago, five-month residency in South Africa.
Six-month lecturer and workshop tour of Australia.
Lecture, Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, Pueblo, Colorado.
Panelist, NCECA Conference, San Antonio, Texas; San Francisco Art Institute, Rhode Island School of Design; Cranbrook Academy of Art, Scripps College.
Lecture, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa / Lecture; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.
Panelist, NCECA, San Antonio, Texas.
Juror, "Kids' Clay", NCECA Exhibition, San Antonio, Texas.
Workshop, Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Arvada, Colorado.
Award: "Time Shadow," State Competition, pavement piece for Sacramento Light Rail.
Award:University of Iowa, Project Art, National Competition: environmental sculpture commission, $65,000, Associated Landscape Contractors of America. Environmental Improvement Award of Distinction for "Earth Sample", Colorado Council in the Arts and Humanities, Finalist, Mesa College, environmental sculpture.
Workshops/Lectures: "Future of Art in Public Places!", Kyle Belding Gallery, Denver, Colorado.
"Artists' Role in Public Art", Denver, Colorado
Award: Colorado Council on Arts and Humanities, finalist, Colorado School of Mines,
campus sculpture competition, Golden, Colorado Kent Arts Commission (Settle), Washington, National Competition. Site-specific sculpture: $10,000, awarded winner.
Awards: Los Angeles County Airport sculpture competition, pool finalist.
Little Street Gallery, two-day workshop, Chicago, Illinois.
Juror, Great Lakes States Sculpture Show, Chicago, Illinois.
Awards: Art consultant, Davis Central Park Sculptor's Competition. Awarded position, San Jose International Airport, National Competition for entrance mural, 1st place, awarded commission: $35,000.
Santa Cruz, Pacific Garden Mall, sculpture, fountain competition, national competition, 1st place. Awarded commission: $40,000 (note: project on one year hold, due to earthquake damage).
Award: Consultant for City of Davis and Cal Trans for development of art plan for Pole Line Road over crossing.
Awards: 20 Sculptors International Invitational Competition for water feature project, Stapleton International Airport lobby piece.
Natomas Station, California, sculpture garden major site piece awarded; 25 sculptors nation-wide: awarded and given sites Davis Central Park, design, built and installed 350-foot sculptural granite ruin walls, dedicated September 30, 1990.
Northern Kentucky State, University of Cincinnati, Miami Ohio University.
Award: City of Davis, Pole Line Road, overpass wall and apron mural design. Project budget: $60,000. Awarded project awaiting Cal Trans funding.
Juror, Outdoor Sculpture Selection, Town of Los Gatos, California.
Award: Finalist National Competition, Ohio Arts Council. Ohio State University, Mendenhall Laboratories, Geological Department of Study.
Project awarded October 1992. Budget: $92,000.
Juror for Hilton Hotel, art purchases for City of San Jose, California.
Award: Finalist, Colorado Springs International Airport Competition.