Foundation studies professor
- B.A., fine art, College of William and Mary, 1977
- M.F.A., sculpture with drawing minor, Pratt Institute, 1983
- "16th Annual Invitational Exhibition," Pleiades Gallery, New York, New York
- "11th International Exhibition," Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, New Jersey
- "International Exhibition of Women’s Art," Soho 20 Gallery, New York, New York
- "Group Invitational," Gwenda Jay Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
- "Birth," ARC Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
- "New Directions '92," Barrett Gallery, New York, New York
- "Art of Northeast USA," Silvermine Gallery, New Canaan, Connecticut
- "Nan Rainey: Recent Works," College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia
- "Six Sculptors," College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia
- "Sculptor’s Drawings," Pittsfield Art Center, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
- "Brooklyn Drawings," Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York
- "Transparent Structures in Art and Architecture," Thorpe Intermedia Gallery, Sparkill, New York
- "Brooklyn '83," Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York
- "Changing Values in Art," Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York
- "Art in Process," The American Craft Museum, New York, New York
Awards, recognitions and honors
Ford Foundation Grant
College Art Association, Foundations in Art: Theory and Education
Publications and Presentations
- Forum on Creativity, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York.
- Sunday Lecture Series, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York.
- Understanding Creativity, National Public Radio, New York City, New York.
- Authored instruction materials for "Design Basics: 3D," first edition by Richard Roth and Stephen Pentak.
- "A Looking Glass on the Way We Might Live" The New York Times, Sunday, June 12 by William Zimmer.
- Published a review in Flash Art International, summer, 1996, pages 132-33: a solo painting exhibition titled "Jim Sajovic" at Leedy-Voulkos Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri.
- Published a review in Flash Art International, January/February, 1997, page 96: a group photography exhibition titled "Delirium" at Ricco/Maresca Gallery, New York City, New York.