While living in Allentown on Hamilton St., and Geissinger Street in Bethlehem, I taught Drawing, Figure Drawing, Oil Painting and Color Courses at The Baum School of Art and Moravian College. I also taught a Foundation Drawing Course at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
I prepared and presented the art student’s show at Moravian College in 1967 and ‘68. I was the keynote speaker at a Design Seminar at Lehigh, an Art Teachers Convention in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and another conference in Edmonton, Canada.
For the 1968 Moravian Student Exhibition, each student did a single panel for a huge composite painting that, when assembled, became one design with a Peace Symbol at its center. This was, after all, the Sixties. All the art majors exhibited examples of their work.
While teaching, I met Dorothy Roth and Robert Hertz, who became my dear friends and played an important role in introducing me to the communities in southeastern Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. After two years of teaching, my family experienced withdrawal from Europe, and we returned to England.