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Hansen Fuller Gallery
228 Grant Avenue
San Francisco, California


BORN: 1930, North Platte, Nebraska

EDUCATION: Yakima Junior College, Yakima, Washington, A.A., 1950
California School of Fine Arts, San Francisco, 1950-52
San Francisco State College, B.A., 1953
San Francisco State College, M.A., Junior College Teaching
Credential, 1958

TEACHING: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1955-1958
Yakima Junior College, Yakima, Washington, 1958-60
Contra Costa Junior College, San Pablo, California, 1960-61
San Francisco State College, 1961-62
Junior Center of Arts and Sciences, Oakland, Calif., 1964-65
San Quentin Prison: California, 1964
California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, Calif., 1964-65
University of California, Davis, Lecturer, Assis. Professor,
Assoc. Professor, 1965-present

East and West Gallery, San Francisco, 1955-1958
Stone Court Gallery, Yakima, Washington, 1959, 1960
Dilexi Gallery, San Francisco, 1960
Dilexi Gallery, Los Angeles, 1962
San Francisco Art Association Gallery, 1962
Dilexi Gallery, San Francisco, 1963, 1965, 1966
Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, 1966
Peninsula Gallery, Menlo Park, California, 1966
City College of Sacramento Art Gallery, California, 1967
Dilexi Gallery, San Francisco, 1967
San Francisco Art Institute, 1969
Cowell College, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1969
Gallery Marc, Washington D.C., 1971
Candy Store Gallery, Folsom, California, 1971
Manolides Gallery, Seattle, Washington, 1971
Hansen Fuller Gallery, San Francisco, 1973
Galerie Darthea Speyer, Paris, France, 1973
Glanbow-Alberta Art Gallery, Calgary, Canada, 1974
Retrospective, San Francisco Museum of Art, 1974
Fort Worth Art Center Museum, Texas, 1974
Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, 1975
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1975
Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, 1975
Hansen Fuller Gallery, San Francisco, 1975

[[stamp]] 1978 NOV 20 PM 2 04 [[/stamp]]

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