Originally trained as an architect with a B.A. from Princeton University, in the late seventies Tony turned his attention and passion to sculpture, receiving his M.F.A. from State University of New York at New Paltz in 1977.
From 1978 to 1979 he studied with Claude Horan in Kahalua, Hawaii under the Louis Comfort Tiffany Apprenticeship Grant. In the 1980’s, Tony received three Artist in Residence Grants from the Ohio Arts Council Artists in Education program. During this time, Tony began teaching art at Ohio University.
Apart from his sculpture, Tony was also Director of Northwood Europe, chaperoning small groups on personalized tours across Europe. It was said that it was Tony’s anecdotes and personal observations as much as the European landscape that made each trip memorable.
Sadly, Tony passed away in 2004. We are honored to continue to exhibit Tony’s beautiful and challenging sculpture.