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CREDITS & COMPLIMENTS

 

Louisiana State University

                                  Manship School of Journalism

Publications:

         Bayou Microbe

         Nuclear Medicine Policy & Procedures

         One Times Won

         Louisiana Water

                      Galleries: Baton Rouge, New Orleans. Minsk. RU, NC, LA

         Fayetteville Observer Features

         The Advocate News/Features/Travel

         It Seems to Me   Baton Rouge Depot at ZedSoft 

         LIME  “Living in the mind’s eye”

Specialty Original Pastel Portraits

Memberships:

         Society of Professional Journalist

         YWCA Public Policy Committee

         LSU Alumni

Honors:

Louisiana Water LE Print

Presentation 1988 Soviet Entourage  Mississippi River Peace Cruise

LA OIT International Trade Exhibit Oita, Japan Taipei

Class with Brass. SPJ Mark of Excellence Award 

Every Child Has the Right to Read - LA Educational Seminars

LSU Foster Exhibit Self Portrait in Sepia. 

LSU Artist's Index

Sailing.  World of Poetry Award

 

depict books watermarkLouisiana Water Limited Edition Print

 Impressionistic view of Louisiana with characteristic shrimp boat, misting in the bayou, with Louisiana's state bird, The Brown Pelican,  and illustrious crawfish, alligator, swamped in a landscape representation of the Louisiana’s likeness.