Education: Museum Art School, Art Students League, U. of Oregon, studied under C.S. Price.
Collections: Portland Art Museum, Oregon Historical Society, Timberline Lodge, U. of Oregon, Capitol Collection – Salem, Museum of People’s Art, Pacific University, Hallie Ford Museum, Huntington Collection.
After studying at the Arts Students League in New York City, he exhibited at the New York World’s fair in 1939 as well as in San Francisco the same year. Active in the WPA, he painted murals for the post office in Sedro Wooley Washington taught at the Museum Art School, worked in the shipyards in Portland during WWII, focused mainly on landscapes, painted at the Oregon Coast for 18 years and continued painting Oregon scenes up to his death. He lived and painted with his brother Arthur all of his life.