Stanley Lea

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Stanley  Lea The Rainbow may be what_s in Between After All
The Rainbow may be what's in Between After All, 1970
viscosity print
48 x 31.5 in
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Stanley  Lea A Flying Sun over a Forgotten Landscape
A Flying Sun over a Forgotten Landscape, 1970
viscosity print
37 x 24 in
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Stanley  Lea A Ring Around the Rosey World
A Ring Around the Rosey World, 1970
viscosity print
39 x 24 in
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Stanley  Lea Antiques
Antiques, c. 1954
oil on canvas board
18 x 24 in
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Stanley  Lea Cows and Calves
Cows and Calves, c. 1954
oil on canvas board
18 x 24 in
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Stanley  Lea Earth with a Purple Heart Dove Soaring to Infinity
Earth with a Purple Heart Dove Soaring to Infinity, 1975
viscosity print
21 x 28.25 in
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Stanley  Lea Flight to Infinity
Flight to Infinity, 1975
viscosity print
28 x 20.75 in
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Stanley  Lea Moon Outer Upper Crust
Moon Outer Upper Crust, 1977
viscosity print
20 x 25.25 in
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Stanley  Lea Peek-a-Boo_ Moon_s View
Peek-a-Boo, Moon's View, 1972
viscosity print
39 x 23.75 in
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Stanley  Lea South of Southwest I
South of Southwest I, 1977
viscosity print
24 x 20 in
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Stanley  Lea South of Southwest II
South of Southwest II, 1977
viscosity print
20 x 19.75 in
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Stanley  Lea South of Southwest III
South of Southwest III, 1977
viscosity print
16 x 15.75 in
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Stanley  Lea South of Southwest IV
South of Southwest IV, 1978
viscosity print
19.75 x 19.75 in
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Stanley  Lea South of Southwest V
South of Southwest V, 1978
viscosity print
31.75 x 20.75 in
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Stanley  Lea South of Southwest VI
South of Southwest VI, 1978
viscosity print
17.75 x 16 in
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Stanley  Lea Untitled (Still life with Compote)
Untitled (Still life with Compote), c. 1954
oil on canvas board
16.25 x 28.5 in
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Stanley  Lea

Stanley Lea

Stanley Lea Description

Stanley E. Lea
(B. 1930)

Born in Joplin, Missouri in 1930, Lea studied painting at Kansas State College of Pittsburg, studying under notable American artists Eugene Larkin and Eliot O’Hara. Following this, he earned a master’s degree in printmaking at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. In his early career, Lea has exhibited widely throughout the Mid West, including numerous annual competitive exhibitions at the Springfield Art Museum, the Ozark Artist Guild, and the Kansas Federation of Arts among others. Starting in the 1950s Lea completed many mural projects across the United States, including several in Kansas and, later, at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas.

Upon moving to Texas, Lea taught in the art department of Sam Houston State University in Huntsville from 1961 until his retirement in 1993, where he started the department’s printmaking program. Lea exhibited widely in galleries and museum exhibitions across the state in the 1960-70s, including Valley House Gallery in Dallas, Gates Gallery of Port Arthur, and Houston Public Library. He was awarded first place for a mixed media work in the 68th National Exhibition at the Laguna Gloria Museum in Austin, which was sponsored by the Texas Fine Arts Association in conjunction with the Texas Fine Arts Festival in 1979. In 1978, 28 of Lea’s prints were placed in international and national museums, making his museum representation over 62. In the 1960, 70, 80s, Lea exhibited at Moody gallery in the 1970s alongside notable Texas artists Lamar Briggs, Lucas Johnson, Charles Pebworth, Fritz Scholder, and Arthur Turner.

In addition to his painting and collage work, Lea is best known for his pioneering experimental print making techniques related to viscosity printing, also known as calligraphy prints which are made from an innovative printing method that results in a printed collage. He first began experimenting with the collagraph method in 1965. Using an ink viscosity process and techniques employed in relief, lithograph, and intaglio printing. Lea prints all the colors he plans to use on a collage simultaneously rather than printing the colors separately, the standard printing method. And also unlike traditional printing methods, the surface of the material to be printed from is not cut away or incised in Lea’s work. Instead, the surface (usually Masonite) is built up by pasting materials on the surface. In one of his earlier collagraphs, Lea pasted such things as sandpaper and lace on Masonite and lacquered the entire collage to make it permanent before printing from it. As seen in Lea’s experimental prints of the 1960 and 1970s, the effects of this technique create complex and colorful compositions with highly textured surfaces and varying tonal effects. Thus, the process results in unique prints ideal for a small edition.

Because of the complexity of the process Lea employs in his work, he usually only makes about 15 prints in each edition. Lea notes, “Creating a piece of art takes moments of inspiration and a whole lot of work…There is a difference between talent and creativity. There are many people who are talented and can do something well, but an artist is principally someone who is creative and has the ability to express it.” Lea describes his work as being very abstract. “There’s a nebulous, general underlying idea in my works, which are mostly of landscapes and figures. When my works are finally resolved, they are suggestive of fantasy, “ Lea says. In some of his compositions, there is no subject matter, but instead the work reflects a relationship of visual elements that the artist conceives as being expressive of time. "My work never consciously refers to subject matter," Lea said in a statement regarding his work, "but begins with a subconscious directive, searching for a visual idea that is formal and aesthetic."

In a career spanning more than three decades, Lea has received numerous accolades for his work, which has been displayed in galleries all over the world from Huntsville to the Louvre in Paris. His works can be found in museums across the United States, including the Smithsonian, De Young Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, and Utah Museum of Fine Arts.

Selected Biographical and Career Highlights

1930                        Born in Joplin, Missouri

1953                        B.F.A.- Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas

1961                        M.F.A.- University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas

1961-1993           Professor of Art, Sam Houston State University

1963-1965           Professor of Art, Mexican Field School, Puebla, Mexico

1968, 1969, 1970 Visiting Professor, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

1977-1978           Professor of Art, Study Abroad Program, London, England

Selected One-Man Exhibitions

  • International Festival, Houston, Texas, 1995
  • Kaleidoscope 95, Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, Texas, 1995
  • Convention Center, Bryan, Texas, 1994
  • Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, 1993
  • City of Huntsville, Huntsville, Texas, 1993
  • Museum of East Texas, Lufkin, Texas, 1989
  • Sol Del Rio Gallery, San Antonio, Texas, 1990
  • Sol Del Rio Gallery, San Antonio, Texas, 1989
  • Texas A&M University, College of Medicine, College Station, Texas, 1987
  • Cultural Activities Center, Temple, Texas, 1982
  • Sol Del Rio, San Antonio, Texas, 1982
  • Dubose Gallery, Houston, Texas, 1980
  • Adelle M. Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas, 1978
  • Sol Del Rio, San Antonio, Texas, 1978
  • Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas, 1976
  • Franer Gallery, Huntsville, Texas, 1975
  • Ars Longa Galleries, Houston, Texas, 1974
  • Stephen F. Austin University, Nacogdoches, Texas, 1972
  • Main Place Gallery, Dallas, Texas, 1971
  • Dubose Gallery, Houston, Texas, 1971
  • The University of Texas Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas, 1970
  • Main Place Gallery, Dallas, Texas, 1970
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, 1970
  • Spiva Art Center, Missouri Southern College, Joplin, Missouri, 1969
  • Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas, 1969
  • Conroe Public Library, Conroe, Texas, 1968
  • Instituto Mexicano Norteamericano de Relationes Culturales, Mexico City, Mexico, 1967
  • Houston Public Library, Houston, Texas, 1967
  • 2131 Gallery, Houston, Texas, 1963
  • Chanticleer Gallery, Huntsville, Texas, 1963
  • Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas, 1963
  • Kansas State College, Pittsburg, Kansas 1963
  • Spiva Art Center, Joplin, Missouri, 1962
  • Graduate Exhibition, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 1961
  • Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri, 1959

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Sol Del Rio, San Antonio, Texas, 1991
  • President's Inauguration Exhibition, Lowman Student Center, Sam Houston State University, April 1990
  • Art Faculty Drawing Exhibition, Gaddis Geslin Gallery, Sam Houston State University, March 1990
  • Annual Art Faculty Exhibition, Gaddis Geeslin Gallery, Sam Houston State University, September 1989
  • Lufkin Museum of Art, 2 person, September, 1989
  • Sol Del Rio Gallery, Group Exhibition, San Antonio, Texas, Summer 1989
  • Annual Art Faculty Exhibition, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, February, 1988
  • Annual Art Faculty Exhibition, Sam Houston State Univ., Huntsville, Texas, February, 1989
  • Group Exhibition, Sol Del Rio, San Antonio, Texas, Summer 1988
  • Faculty Exhibition, Sam Houston State University, 1986, 1987, 1988
  • Sol Del Rio, San Antonio, Texas, 1988
  • Group Exhibition, Medical Science Library, Texas A&M University, College Station, Spring 1987
  • Exhibition of Permanent Collection and Introduction of Artist, Texas A&M University, April.1987
  • Faculty Art Show, Gallery 100, Estill Classroom Building, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, March 3-13, 1987
  • Texas A&M University, College of Medicine, College Station, Texas 1987
  • Sol Del Rio Gallery, San Antonio, Texas, 1987
  • Sesquicentennial Exhibition, Honored Artist, City of Huntsville, 1986
  • Sol Del Rio Gallery, San Antonio, Texas, 1985
  • Newell Gallery (Printmakers 82'), Invitational, Houston, Texas, 1983
  • Houston Art League, 3 person, Houston, Texas, 1983
  • Valley House Gallery, Invitational, Dallas, Texas, 1983
  • Sol Del Rio Gallery, San Antonio, Texas, 1982
  • Eight Teachers, Houston, Texas, (Vinson Library), 1979
  • Forty Texas Artist, Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas, 1978
  • Twenty-Five National Printmaker, Lubbock, Texas, 1978
  • Galveston Art Center, Galveston, Texas, 1978
  • Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas, 1977
  • East Texas State, Commerce, Texas, 1977
  • Waco Art Center, Waco, Texas, 1977
  • Pecan Square Gallery, Austin, Texas, 1975
  • Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas, 1975
  • John Miller Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1975
  • Briggs, Lea, Pebworth, Ars Longa Gallery, Houston, Texas, 1974
  • Central Louisiana Art Association, Alexandria, Louisiana, 1972

Selected Competitive and Invitational Exhibitions

  • Dimensions XN, Art League of Houston, Houston, Texas, 1979
  • Texas Fine Arts Association 8th National Annual Exhibition, Laguna Gloria Museum, Austin, Texas
  • Fifth Biennial Five State Art Exhibition, Gates Gallery, Port Arthur, Texas, 1979
  • Dimensions XIII National Exhibition, Art League of Houston, Houston, Texas, 1978
  • Eighth National Works on Paper Exhibition, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, 1978
  • 25 National Printmakers, Lubbock, Texas, 1978
  • Beaumont Art Museum Invitational Exhibition, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, Texas, 1977
  • Third Annual Printmaking Invitational Exhibition, Galveston Art Center, Galveston, Texas, 1977
  • Ninth National Print and Drawing Exhibition, The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1976
  • American Painters in Paris Exhibition, A Special Selection of American Painters as a Bicentennial Honor in Paris, France, 1975-76
  • Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas, 1976
  • Second Annual Printmaking Exhibition, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, Texas, 1976
  • National Print Show, USA, Lubbock, Texas, 1974
  • National Small Painting Exhibition, Hadley, Pennsylvania, 1974
  • Tenth Center Jury Awards, Jewish Community Center, Houston, Texas, 1974
  • Dimensions IX, Houston, Texas, 1974
  • 148 Annual National Academy of Design, New York, New York, 1973
  • 62nd Texas Fine Arts Exhibition, Austin, Texas, 1973
  • 14th National Exhibition of Prints and Drawings, Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1972
  • 61st Texas Fine Arts Exhibition, Austin, Texas, 1972
  • Southwest Graphics Invitational, San Antonio, Texas, 1972
  • Eighth Center Jury Awards, Jewish Community Center, Houston, Texas, 1972
  • Invitational Texas Printmakers Society, Texas Tech., Lubbock, Texas, 1971
  • Dimensions VI Exhibition, Houston, Texas, 1971
  • Southwest Watercolor Exhibition, Houston, Texas, 1971
  • Traveling Exhibition, Texas Fine Arts Association, 1971
  • 60th Annual Texas Fine Arts Exhibition, Ney Museum, Laguna, Gloria, Austin, Texas, 1971
  • 35th National Graphics Arts and Drawing Exhibition, Wichita Art Association,Wichita, Kansas, 1971
  • 7th Center Jury Award Exhibition, Jewish Community Center, Houston, Texas, 1971
  • First Annual New Mexico Art League National Small Printing Exhibition,Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1971
  • 20th Annual Exhibition, Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas, 1971
  • Dimensions V, Houston Art League, Houston, Texas, 1970
  • 4th Annual Print and Drawing Exhibition, 8-State, Arkansas Art Center, LittleRock, Arkansas, 1970
  • Images on Paper, National Exhibition, Mississippi Art Association, Jackson, Mississippi
  • New Mexico Art Eleven State, West and Southwest exhibition of Small Paintings, Fine Arts Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1970
  • Honorary Show, Houston Art League, Houston, Texas, 1969
  • Dimensions IV, Houston Art League, Houston, Texas, 1969
  • Museum of Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, 1969
  • Watercolor USA National, Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri, 1969
  • 6th Annual Jury Award, Jewish Community Center, Houston, Texas, 1969
  • 20th Annual Texas Watercolor Exhibition, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas, 1969
  • Drawing and Prints Regional, First Unitarian Church, Houston, Texas, 1969
  • Assistance League of Houston, Houston, Texas, 1969
  • El Paso's 13th Annual National Sun Carnival Exhibit, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas, 1968
  • 2nd Annual National Print and Drawing Exhibition, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1968
  • Invitational Social Commentary Exhibition, Jewish Community Center, Houston, Texas, 1968
  • Tenth National Exhibition of Prints and Drawings, Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1968
  • International Exhibition, Mainstreams '68, Grover M. Hermann Fine Arts Center, Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio, 1968
  • Watercolor USA, 1968 National, Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri, 1968
  • 17th Annual Exhibition, Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas, 1968
  • Dimensions III Exhibition, Houston Art League, Houston, Texas, 1968
  • Louisiana State University, Decennial Celebration Exhibit, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1968
  • 5th Annual Jury Award Art Exhibition, Jewish Community Center, Houston, Texas, 1968
  • Invitational Texas Artists 1968, Assistance Guild, Houston Country Club, Houston, Texas, 1968
  • 17th Exhibition of Southwest Print and Drawing, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas, 1967
  • 4th Juried Arts National Exhibition, Tyler, Texas, 1967
  • 1st Annual Print and Drawing Exhibition, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1967
  • Dimensions II Exhibitions, Houston Art League, Houston, Texas, 1967
  • 38th International Northwest Printmakers, Seattle Art Museum and Portland Art
  • Museum, Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon, 1967
  • 48th Annual Society of American Graphic Artists National Exhibition, New York, New York, 1967
  • 16th Annual Exhibition, Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas, 1967
  • 18th Annual Texas Watercolor Exhibition, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas, 1967
  • Jewish Community Center, Invitational Watercolor Show, Houston, Texas, 1967
  • 3rd Juried National Exhibition, Tyler, Texas, 1966
  • 17th Annual Texas Watercolor Exhibition, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas, 1966
  • Neches River Festival, Beaumont, Texas, 1966
  • 15th Annual Exhibition, Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas, 1966
  • Group Show, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas, 1966
  • Pacific Print National Exhibition, Costa Mesa, California, 1966
  • Society of American Graphic Arts, 46th National Exhibition, New York, 1965
  • 32nd National Graphic Arts and Drawing Exhibition, Wichita Art Association, 1965
  • National Academy of Design 140th Exhibition, New York, 1965
  • Neches River Art Festival, Beaumont, Texas, 1965
  • 15th Southwest Print and Drawing Show, Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas, 1965
  • 14th Annual Exhibition, Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas, 1965
  • 16th Texas Watercolor Exhibition, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas, 1965
  • Potentials, 1st Annual, Hollywood, California, 1964
  • Neches River Art Festival, Beaumont, Texas, 1965
  • 14th Southwest Print and Drawing Show, Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas, 1964
  • 13th Annual Exhibition, Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas, 1964
  • 15th Texas Watercolor Exhibition, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas, 1964
  • 12th Annual Exhibition, Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas, 1963
  • 13th Annual Texas Watercolor Exhibition, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas, 1962
  • 1962 Texas Fine Arts Association Circuit Exhibition, 1962
  • Juried Arts National Exhibition, Tyler, Texas, 1962
  • 1961 Texas Fine Arts Association Circuit Exhibition, 1961
  • 1961 Texas Fine Arts Association Exhibition, Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, Texas, 1961
  • 3rd Annual Delta Art Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1961
  • University of Arkansas Faculty Exhibition, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 1961
  • Mid-America Exhibition, Nelson Gallery, Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri, 1960
  • 28th Annual Exhibition, Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri, 1958
  • 27th Annual Exhibition , Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri, 1957
  • 26th Annual Exhibition, Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri, 1956
  • 5th Annual Kansas Painter's Exhibition, Kansas State College, Pittsburg, Kansas, 1955
  • 3rd Biennial Regional Exhibition, Kansas State College, Manhattan, Kansas, 1954
  • Ozark Artist Guild, Spiva Art Center, Joplin, Missouri, 1954
  • 24th Annual Exhibition, Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri, 1954
  • Artists of the Missouri Valley Annual Exhibition, Mulvane Art Center, Topeka, Kansas, 1953
  • Ozark Artists Guild, Spiva Art Center, Joplin, Missouri, 1953
  • 2nd Biennial Regional Exhibition, Kansas State College, Manhattan, Kansas, 1952
  • 22nd Annual Exhibition, Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri, 1952
  • Ozark Artist Guild Annual, Spiva Art Center, Joplin, Missouri, 1952
  • Ozark Artist Guild Annual, Spiva Art Center, Joplin, Missouri, 1951

Prizes and Awards

  • 2nd Place, Hemisfair Arena, Mural Competition, San Antonio, Texas, 1983-84
  • 1st Place, 68th National Texas Fine Arts Exhibition, Austin, Texas, 1979
  • Dimensions IX Exhibition, Houston, Texas, 1974
  • Southwest Graphics Invitational, San Antonio, Texas, 1971
  • 4th Annual Print & Drawing Exhibition, 8 State, Arkansas Art Center, Little
  • Rock, Arkansas, 1970
  • 20th Annual Texas Watercolor Exhibition, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas,
  • 1969
  • Drawing & Print Regional, First Unitarian Church, Houston, Texas 1969
  • 17th Annual Exhibition, Beaumont Art Museum, 1968
  • Dimensions IT, Houston Art League, Houston, Texas, 1967
  • 16th Annual Exhibition, Beaumont Art Museum, 1967
  • 15th Annual Texas Watercolor Exhibition, 1964
  • 12th Annual Exhibition, Beaumont, Texas, 1963
  • Juried Arts National Exhibition, Tyler, Texas, 1963
  • Little Rock Art Festival, 1961 Delta Exhibition
  • 7th Annual Ozark Artists Exhibition, 1957
  • 5th Annual Ozark Artists Exhibition, 1955
  • 5th Annual Kansas Painters Exhibition, 1954
  • 4th Annual Ozark Artists Exhibition, 1954

Selected Museum Collections

  • University of Texas El Paso, El Paso, Texas
  • Works and Biological Sketch, published by Texas A&M on the artists in their permanent collection of their Medical Science Library Artists", Robert Foster, 1987
  • Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.
  • British Museum, London, England
  • Instituto Mexicano Norteamericana de Relationes, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Cleveland Museum, Cleveland, Ohio
  • New York Public Library, New York, New York
  • Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
  • United States Information Agency, New York, New York
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
  • Ft. Worth Art Museum, Ft. Worth, Texas
  • Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
  • California Palace of Legion of Honor, San Francisco, California
  • Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
  • Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina
  • Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
  • Nasson College, Springville, Maine
  • Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • Edgecliff College, Ann, Ohio
  • Gilmore Art Center, Michigan
  • Spiva Art Center, Joplin, Missouri
  • Mesa Community College, Mesa, Arizona
  • Wright Art Center, Beloit, Wisconsin
  • Morrison Library, University of California, Berkeley, California
  • Spring Branch Independent School District, Museum Collection, Houston, Texas
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Illinois
  • University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
  • University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
  • University of West Virginia, Morgantown, West Virginia
  • Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine
  • Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas
  • University of Maine, Orono, Maine
  • Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin
  • Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida
  • Dury College, Springfield, Missouri
  • Wittenburg University, Springfield, Ohio
  • Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
  • East Texas State University, Commerce, Texas
  • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
  • E.B. Crocker Art Gallery, The Art Museum of the City of Sacramento, Sacramento, California
  • Davidson College, Art Department, Davidson, North Carolina
  • Art Gallery, Memorial Union, North Dakota University, Fargo, North Dakota
  • Kresge Art Center Gallery, Michigan State University, East Lansing Michigan
  • Hildreth Gallery, Nasson College, Springville, Maine
  • Southern Utah State College, Art Department, Cedar City, Utah
  • University of Nevada, Art Department, Reno, Nevada
  • Indiana State University, Art Commission, Evansville, Indiana
  • University of Nebraska, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Museum of Art and Architecture, Ellis Library, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri
  • Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Boise Gallery of Art, Boise, Idaho
  • Rockford College, Department of Art, Rockford, Illinois
  • University of Oklahoma, Museum of Art, Norman, Oklahoma
  • Carroll Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee
  • The University of Iowa, Museum of Art, Iowa City, Iowa
  • Hackley Art Gallery, Muskegon Art Museum, Muskegon, Michigan
  • Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin
  • Drake University, Art Department, Des Moines, Iowa
  • Creative Art Center, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia
  • University of Wisconsin, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
  • Weber County Library, Fine Arts Department, Ogden, Utah
  • Southern Graphics Council, University of Mississippi, Mississippi
  • Cultural Activities Center, Temple, Texas

Selected Corporate and Public Collections

  • Newton Gresham Library, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas
  • Herman Eye Center, Houston, Texas
  • Texas A&M University Medical Science Library, College Station, Texas
  • M.D. Rzdeupn, Medical, Houston, Texas
  • Tenneco, Houston, Texas
  • Bradford Hotel, Dallas, Texas
  • W.A. Anderson Accounting Finn, San Antonio, Texas
  • Anico, Dallas, Texas
  • Lomas and Nettleton, Inc., Dallas, Texas
  • Henry S. Miller Co., Dallas, Texas
  • Texas Bank and Trust Co., Dallas, Texas
  • Carr Collins III, Channel4 T.V., Dallas, Texas
  • Hyatt Regency Hotel, Houston, Texas
  • Ernst and Ernst, Houston, Texas
  • United Gas, Houston, Texas
  • Neuhas and Taylor, Houston, Texas
  • Dresser Industries, Houston, Texas
  • Schlumberger, Houston, Texas
  • Sheenfield, Maley, and Kay, Houston, Texas
  • George Mitdell and Associates, Houston, Texas
  • C.M. and Associates, Houston, Texas
  • Woodlands Office Building, Number 1; Woodlands Conference Center, Woodlands, Texas
  • Ft. Worth National Bank, Ft. Worth, Texas
  • Southwestern Bell Telephone, Huntsville, Texas
  • Citizens Bank, Richardson, Texas
  • American National Bank, Austin, Texas
  • Coopers and Lybrand, 1st International Building, Dallas, Texas
  • Texas Society of Architects, Austin, Texas
  • USSA Building, San Antonio, Texas
  • Lakeside Studio, Lakeside, Michigan
  • First State Bank, Houston, Texas
  • Scottsdale Conference Center, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Northeast Petroleum Company, Houston Texas
  • Century Development Corporation, Houston, Texas
  • First Citizen's Bank, Highland Village, Houston, Texas
  • First City National Bank, Houston, Texas
  • Ciao, Houston, Texas
  • McFadin, Kendrick, Houston, Texas
  • Huntsville Medical Center, Huntsville, Texas
  • Huntsville Savings and Loan, Huntsville, Texas
  • First National Bank, Huntsville, Texas
  • Champion Paper Company, Huntsville, Texas
  • Vedette Oil Company, Houston, Texas

 

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