U.S. painter and sculptor. While at Cornell University, Ithaca,
N.Y., where he read chemistry and biology, he took painting and drawing
classes. He then studied with Ozenfant 1949-50 before temporarily turning
away from painting. In N.Y. he ran a woodwork studio where he started
making furniture. In the 1960s he became involved with art full time and
continued to explore the theme of furniture through 3-dimensional
constructions of painted or polychrome wood. A. also paints large, usually
monochrome depictions of interiors, buildings and objects on celofex.
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