Syntheses of geometric and organic vegetative structure characterize the abstract configurations of my work.
Professor of Art, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia 1964-1998
Technical Assistant, Herman Noack Bronze Foundry, West Berlin, Germany 1962-1964
Assistant Professor of Art, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas 1959-1960
Ph.D. Ohio State University 1957 Sculpture, Columbus, Ohio History of Art
A.M. University of Chicago 1955 History of Art Chicago, Illinois (Greco-Roman Art & Archaeology)
B.F.A. Ohio State University 1953 History of Art, Columbus, Ohio Sculpture
Hochschule für Bildende 9/62-5/64 Künste, West Berlin, Germany
Akademie der Bildenden 9/60-8/62 Künste, Munich, Germany
Froebel Technical School 1/59-5/59 for Welding and Metal, Gary, Indiana
HONORS, GRANTS, AND AWARDS
Faculty Development Awards
Spring Semester 1994, $2000 to cast one relief panel in bronze measuring 36"x 26"x 6".
Spring Semester 1990, $2000 to cast one relief panel in bronze measuring 27"x 26"x 8".
Spring Semester 1988. $2400 to cast one 3 scale model of a proposed sculpture in bronze for the oval terminus on College Drive.
Spring Semester 1987, $4300 to cast two relief panels in bronze. Panel I, 50"x 30"x 3.5"; Panel II, 47"x 15.5"x 5.5".
Fall Semester 1986, $850 to publish a brochure representing a selection of my work.
Fellowships and Grants
German Government Grant 1962-1964 Hochschule für Bildende Künste, West Berlin, Germany
German Government Grant (DAAD) 1960-1962 for study at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Munich, Germany
Graduate Fellowship, 1954-1955 University of Chicago
Paul C. Muick Retrospective 1998
Faculty Exhibit, duPont Galleries, Mary Washington College 1995
Juried Show, Capitol Hill Art League 1992
Bailfield Clark Collection, Warlick, Bermuda
Two Figure Composition, 1998, 4.5' carved marble enlargement of bronze model, Grounds for Sculpture, Johnson Atelier, Hamilton, NJ
Architectural Relief, 1980, Phelps Place NW, Washington, D.C.