Education: Museum Art School, U. of Oregon, studied under Harry Wentz, C.S. Price.
Collections: Portland Art Museum, Timberline Lodge, National Museum of American Art, Kaiser Permanente, Huntington Collections, Capitol Collection – Salem, and Hallie Ford Museum.
Haney personifies the “Oregon Artist” as a colleague and student of C.S. Price. He was dedicated to representing the simplicity of spirit of life in Oregon, rural and urban, landscape, portrait and still life, open spaces in eastern Oregon and the farms and cities of the Willamette Valley. With a background as a jewelry engraver, he worked in many mediums, but is best known for his oil paintings and prints. An active artist for over 50 years, he developed a broad scope of work including a well known oil of Mt. Hood and prints developed for Timberline Lodge during the WPA period.