Attended the High School of Music & Art, The Cooper Union and the Yale School of Fine Arts BFA
Awarded 2 Guggenheim Fellowships for Sculpture in 1959 & 1960
Taught sculpture, drawing and design at the School of Visual Arts from 1963 to 1969
Professor of 3D Design at Pratt Institute from 1983 to Present
Organized and operated a bronze foundry in NYC from 1965 to 1969

Designed and fabricated displays and exhibitions for: Tiffany’s, Bonwit Teller, IBM, Pfizer, Mead Paper, The Grace Lines, and The Israel Govt. Tourist Office, El Al Airlines

Designed and fabricated cosmetic prototypes for Revlon and Lever Bros.
Design and Modelmaking for Henry Dreyfus Associates; clients included Bell Telephone, The Polaroid Co. The John Deere Co. and Falcon Jet

Commissioned works include:

2007: Sculpted a 6’ high fiberglass Body Part (ear) for Personics Inc. (hearing and auditory devices) Boca Raton, FL
2005: Sculpted five 50” diam. plaster reliefs based on the dancer Loie Fuller for a private residence in NYC with the Design office of Victoria Hagan.
2001: Sculpted a window/logo of painted fiberglass for the Danzon Restaurant NYC designed with Milton Glaser
2000: Fiberglass Cow sculpture (Cow Parade NY) for Schering Pharmaceutical Co.
1999: 6’ fiberglass cameo for the Cameo Restaurant, Alpine, NJ
1998: Designed and bronze cast the Lafayette Medal for the Cooper Union (awarded to John Hedjuk, Architect, Brooke Astor, Civic Philanthropist and Thom Mayne, Architect)
1997: Sculpted and bronze cast a memorial portrait of Rose Kraus (Asst. D.A. Kings County) for Kraus Park, Brooklyn, NY
1997: Cast a 6’ bronze Art Deco style lamp for the apt. of Steven Spielberg Naomi Leff, Designer
1997: Designed and sculpted a 7’ fiberglass cow for the Destin, Fla. Food Court Richard Bloch, Architect
1996: Designed and sculpted in fiberglass, 2 Dalmatians for the Spotted Dog Restaurant, Catskill Corners Mall, Mt. Pleasant, NY
1996: Designed and sculpted the décor (palm trees, ocean waves, porpoises,whales and monkeys) in painted fiberglass for the Club Café, Weehawken, NJ Tim Higgins, Architect
1994: Sculpted 6” Body Parts ( Lips) for the Farar residence, Calabasas Ca.
1994: Designed and sculpted a series of decorative tea kettles for COPCO with the design office of Sam Lebowitz
1992: Designed and sculpted a series of fiberglass animals for the Showboat Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City, NJ. HC Designs, Architects
1991: Sixteen fish, squid and manta rays of carved basswood for the Crescent Restaurant, Bayville NY. Peter Capone, Architect and Milton Glaser, Designer
1990: Four 5” Flying Crane fiberglass relief sculptures for the Feinerman residence, Boynton Beach, Fla, Camboy Assoc. Designers
1990: Two 4” diam. “Tomato” sculptures or the Neighborhood Restaurants , Tokyo Japan, Richard Bloch Architect
1990: Ten display/sculptures in mixed media for the South Street Seaport Museum NYC, Milton Glaser, Designer
1988: Eight sculpted “environments” for the Steelcase Design Partnership NYC George Beleyrian Director
1988: Five monumental “body parts” sculptures for the Trattoria Dell Arte Restaurant NYC, painted fiberglass Milton Glaser, Designer
1987: Three painted fiberglass and steel “Fruit Tree” sculptures for the Sky Chefs Restaurants, Ft Lauderdale Hollywood Airport Fla. Philip George, Designer
1986: Life size painted fiberglass sculpture of the goddess Aurora for the Aurora restaurant Milton Glaser and Philip George, Designers
1986: Designed, sculpted and Cast in bronze 10 panels (3’X 3’) for the new entrance way doors of the Statue Of Liberty NYC Swanke, Hayden & Connell, Architects
1984: Cast Bronze award for the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation NYC
1983: Two entrance way painted steel sculpture for the “Pizza Piazza” restaurant Charles Boxenbaum architect and Milton Glaser, Designer
1982: Designed two floor lamp sculptures for blow molded plastic for Alan Heller Design
1982: Eight ft. Pear Sculpture of painted fiberglass for the Grand Union Market NYC Milton Glaser, Designer
1982: Four “Wheat Column” sculptures of painted wood for the Heartland Market Atrium, Kansa City MO. Milton Glaser, Philip George, Designers
1981: Cast bronze “Special Emmy” award for Jim Henson, creater of the Muppets, Lou Dorfsman, Designer
1980: Two monumental sculptures of Demeter and Aphrodite, goddesses of abundance in painted fiberglass for The Big Kitchen Restaurant at the World Trade Center, NYC Milton Glaser and Philip George, Designers
1977: Designed and built the set for the Roundabout Theater production of “ The World of Sholem Alechiem” by Arnold Perl
1974: 30’ painted wood and fiberglass relief sculptured wall for the Beech Channel High School lobby, Rockaway, NY Handren & Sharpe, Architects
1971: Eight brass and bronze chandeliers for El Capricio del Rey Hotel, Zihuatenejo, Mexico Alvaro Cevero, Architect
1970: Welded bronze Menorah and welded brass Eternal Light for the Rockdale Temple, Cincinnati, Ohio Allan Shapiro, Architect
1968: A wall of 40 comic cast bronze and ceramic masks for Casey’s Restaurant NYC
1967: Hammered copper abstract sculpture for the Revere Copper Co. Chicago, IL
1961-67: 6 sculpted reliefs in various metals for the dining rooms of the Grace Line ships Santa Rosa, Santa Paula, Santa Mercedes, Santa Mariana and Santa Lucia for the design office of Smythe, Urquhart and Markwald
1967: Designed and sculpted 4 full sized playground concrete animals for the Ealy Studios, Alexandria, VA
1966: Brass and bronze sheet abstract façade sculpture for the Carter- Wallace Pharmaceutical Co., New Brunswick, NJ
1965: Welded brass and bronze sculpted screen for the Syosset Savings & Loan Assoc. Syosset NY Robert Kahn, Architect
1964: Cast bronze Menorah and Eternal Light and ceramic reliefs for the Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation, NY Burt Briskin, Architect
1963: Cast bronze Menorah and Eternal Light for Temple Anshe Shalom, Chicago, IL; Percival Goodman Architect
1962: Welded bronze chandeliers, Reredos screen and liturgical altar objects for Our Lady of the Angels Seminary, Glenmont, NY. Urbahn, Brayton &Burrows, Architects
1962: Cast bronze Menorah for Temple Israel, Tarrytown, NY Davis and Brody, Architects
1961: Welded brass Eternal Light for Temple Emanuel, Denver Co. Percival Goodman, Architect
1961: Brass Relief “ Calendar Stone” sculpture for the lobby of the Summit Hotel NYC Morris Lapidus, Architect
1960: Anodized aluminum screen for the First National Bank of Fort Worth Texas, SOM architects, Melanie Kahane, Designer
1959: Relief aluminum sculpture for the New York Savings Bank Eleanor LeMaire, Designer
1956: Designed the cast concrete facade sun screens for the Hebrew University/ Hadassah Hospital Jerusalem, Israel Joseph Neufeld, Architect
1955: Medal relief mural for the IBM International Geophysical Year Exhibition, Washington DC
1955: Ceramic mosaic mural for the Israel Govt.Tourist Office NYC

1985 to Present: Sculpting and bronze casting hundreds of small bronzes.