American Hyper-Realist artist, born in Hoquiam, Washington, known by his paintings of horses and rural themes. Education: 1958, B.F.A., California College of Arts and Crafts. 1962, M.F.A., Mills College, Oakland, California. Hyper-Realism is also called Super Realism and Photo Realism because it is sometimes based on the direct copying of photographs. First solo exhibition on 1957 at the Lucien Labaudt Gallery, San Francisco. 1968 Berkeley Gallery, San Francisco. 1971/73/75/78 O.K. Harris Gallery, New York. 1976 Galerie de Gestlo, Hamburg. Selected Group Exhibitions: 1970 Twenty-two Realists, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; 1971 New Realism, State University College, Potsdam, N.Y., Prospect '71, Düsseldorf, West Germany, Radical Realism, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; 1972 Art Around 1970, Neue Galerie der Stadt Aachen, West Germany, "Documenta" 5, Kassel, West Germany, Hyperréalistes américains, Galerie des Quatre Mouvements, Paris, Realism Now, New York Cultural Center, New York; 1973 Photo-Realism, Serpentine Gallery, London; 1973-78 Photo-Realism 1973: The Stuart M. Speiser Collection, travelling exhibition Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., among other cities. 1977 Thirty Years of American Art, 1945-1975, Selections from the Permanent Collection, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.