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Management and Business Experience

Owner, President: F.B. Fogg, Inc. and the House of Fogg; internationally & Business known art studio. 1984 to 2008.

Owner and operator, Mill Street Art Gallery, Metamora, Indiana, 1974-83

Director, Secondary Division; coordinated Secondary Art Education in 18 states of the Western region; organized and supervised volunteer members for workshops; recruitment of membership; political salesmanship of art education in state legislative and local levels.

President, Delaware county Council for the Arts; Chaired Board of Directors; opened administrative office staffed with Director and Assistant Director; authored grants; politically active; initiated fund-raising campaigns; increased from $10,000 to $100,000 budget.

Executive Treasurer, Art Education Association of Indiana; financial budgeting and management; membership of 3000; established double-entry bookkeeping; served on Board of Directors; responsible for increased gain through wise investment of monies on hand; monitored cash flow for three conventions.

Graphic Artist, Children’s Press, Chicago, Illinois. Designed and illustrated layouts for Golden Book Encyclopedias.

Graphic Artist, Applegate Advertising Agency, Muncie, Indiana.

Instructor, Adult Education: Instructor for numerous adult art courses (College and community related.)

Salesperson,WERK, for radio promotion campaigns; continuity writer; production of commercials; development of promotional campaigns.

Industrial Artist, Marsh Supermarkets, Inc., designed 270 square foot murals; 1981-82.

Free lance graphic artist, J. Angel & Associates

Layout Design, Corvallis Times Newspaper, Corvallis, Oregon.

Art Director, Indian Acres Camp for Boys, Fryeburg, Maine.

Area Director and leader, People to People Young Ambassadors; Northern and Southern Europe; 4 years.

International Travel Agent, American Automobile Association, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Bookkeeper and Receptionist, L.C. Cassidy & Sons, Muncie, Indiana.

Auctioneer and salesperson on local TV station (WIPB) for art related objects for four years.

Awards & Honorary

Humanitarian Women in Business, Advocate of the Year
Awards Woman of the Year, Vivian Conley Award
Rotary International, Paul Harris Fellow
Outstanding Woman in the Arts, National Organization of Woman
Women Helping Women
Habitat for Humanity, Business Award
Business Education Partnership
Perham Woman of the Year Award, Ball State University
Small Business Woman of the Year
Governor’s Award – Indiana Arts Alliance – Arts Advocate
Sagamore of the Wabash, 2004
AEAI (art Education Association of Indiana), Executive Treasurer
Appointments 1963-1970
NAEA (National Art Education Association), Secondary Chair: 8 Consecutive years 1970-1978
ACC (American Crafts Council), Juror 1995, 2001, 2004
Surface Design, President 1962
EGA (Embroider’s Guild of America), President 1960
Handweaver’s Guild of America, President 1965
Indianapolis Weavers Guild, Secretary 1972
Whitewater Valley Art Association, President 1974-1983
Indianapolis Art League, Juror 1998
Cincinnati Craft Guild, Juror 2000
Indiana Heritage Arts Association, Juror 1997
Santa Cruz Valley Art Association, Juror 1998
Delaware County Council for the Arts, President 1980-1986
Advocates for the Arts, President 1990-1994
Convention and Tourism Board, Muncie, Indiana 1994-1995
United States Industrial Development Organization, Envoy to India,1986-1994
World Craft Organization, Facilitator 1994 to present
Artworks Cooperative Craft Gallery, President, 2000-2003

F.B. Fogg has received awards for Handmade Paper work at Art:
Honors and Craft shows around the U.S.
Akron, Ohio-Arts Festival
Boston Mills, Ohio-Arts Festival
Columbus, Ohio-Festival of the Arts
Toledo, Ohio-Crosby Gardens
Washington, DC, Entertaining People, Mrs. Barbara Bush, Chairperson
Vero Beach, Florida-Festival of the Arts
Miami Beach, Florida-Festival of the Arts
Mount Dora, Florida-Arts and Crafts Festival
Niche’ Award, National
Northern Indiana Arts Association
Pompano Beach, Florida
Cincinnati, Ohio-Summer Fair
Virginia Beach, Virginia-Arts Festival

Board Memberships

Purdue University, Technical Assistance Program
Muncie Noon Rotary
Mitchell Place Gallery
American Heart Association
Muncie Center for the Arts
Mayor’s Commission Against Domestic Violence
National Association of Exhibiting Artists
Founder, Muncie Artists’ Co-op
Muncie Symphony Board of Directors 2004 – 2006
MOMS Board of Directors 2004


Project Supervisor of IAC Grants:

  • “Artists Who Teach”
  • “Arts Survey, Middletown USA” (Needs assessment)

Humanities Grant:
DCCA Renaissance Fair
A Day for Performing Arts
Artworks Occupational Hazards
Three Voices With Ball State University

Gallery Affiliations & Museums

The work of F.B. Fogg appears in some 600 galleries in the U.S. and abroad, listed are a representative few:
Cuore, Japan
Abacus, Portland, Maine
One World Gallery, Hawaii
Fideaux, California
Gallery Alexander, California
Luma, Colorado
Queen of Arts, Florida
Craft Company # 6, New York
Silver Fox Gallery, South Carolina
Rasberry’s Art Gallery, California
Artrages, Georgia
Gallery 33, New Hampshire
ArtWare, South Carolina
Hoagland’s, Connecticut
Bazaar del Mundo, California
Joie de Vivre, Massachusetts
Accipiter, North Carolina
Ukai, Co. Ltd., Japan
Balaman, New York
Out on a Whim Fine Arts, Maryland
Details, Arizona
Eclectic, Canada
Scrivo, United Kingdom
Donecker’s, Pennsylvania
Fanny Garver Gallery, Wisconsin
Lectures & Design NJ, “Design a la Carte”, 2001

The work of F. B. Fogg is displayed, and often times sold, in Affiliations museums around the country, highlights include:
Albright-Knox, Buffalo, New York
Contemporary Museum of Art, Chicago, Illinois
Flint Institute of Art, Flint, Michigan
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana
Indiana Historical Society, Indiana
Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California
Ob’Art,Paris, France
Renwick Gallery, Washington, DC


The paper art of F.B. Fogg is represented in collections around & One Person the U.S:
Shows American Gallery, Naples, Florida
Artlink, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Blackman Gallery, Miami. Florida
First National Bank, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Forum Mall, Las Vegas, Nevada
Gaviidae Mall. Minneapolis, Minnesota
Gregory Gallery, Newport Beach, California
Handblock, Nantucket, Maine
IDS Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Collections of: Steven Spielberg, Miriam Albright, Goldie Hawn, Onya Brennen, Adam Sandler, Helen Hunt, Elizabeth Taylor
Mall of America, Minneapolis. Minnesota
Mott Foundation, Flint, Michigan
University of Michigan Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Vermillion Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
Westin Hotel, Boston, Massachusettes
Almost Paradise, Laguna Beach, California
American Visions, St. Louis, Missouri


Ball State University Art Alliance, “The Art of Feng Shui”, 2001
Better Homes and Gardens, “Grand Dame of Paper”, 2000
Purdue University, Home & Family Conference, 2000
Dard Hunter Conference, 2000
Union County Extension, 2000
Star Press, “From the Ashes”, 1997
The Journal Gazette, “Fogg in the Fort”, 1994
Ball State Teachers College, College Commencement Speaker 1990
NAEA workshop presenter, National Convention, 1979, 1980, and 1981
Arts Students League, “Winter Dreams”, 1981
Ball State Teachers College, “Beyond the Walls”, 1981
AEAI Fall Convention, “Feathered Gladiator”, 1981
Whitewater Valley Art Association, Guest Lecturer, 1978, 1979
Duneland Weaver, Guest Lecturer, 1979
Indianapolis Art League, Guest Lecturer, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003
Kokomo Symphony Arts, Guest Lecturer, 2003
Women’s Day, Ball State University, Guest Lecturer, 2003


University of Arizona
Indiana University, BA 1960
Ball State University, MA 1970
University of Michigan
Oregon State College
University of Notre Dame


2 years pre-school Experience 4 years elementary
2 years junior high
1 year secondary English
9 years secondary Art
2 years post-secondary
15 years, Instructor of Art, Northside High School, Muncie, Indiana