Books in fiction and exposition: Classical Architecture and Monuments of Washington, D.C.; Occasional Poetry; Bunyan's Chores; et cetera
Translation and original books of verse: Commentary; The Priapeia; Galatea; Bee Bee Verses; Land of Sunlight and Stars, et cetera.
Accomplished leader in the classical arts with forty years’ experience in arts-administration, teaching, architecture, sculpture, painting, writing and design; including the formation of scholarly organizations, cultural institutions, and artistic projects which have grown the classical tradition.
Classical pictures and statues housed in over 300 private and public collections including The Library of Congress and The United States Supreme Court; public statues include General Eisenhower, Justice Thurgood Marshall, The History of Texas, and various portraits and medals, Geo. Washington for The National Portrait Gallery, James Madison for The Federalist Society, Justice John Marshall for the John Marshall Foundation, et cetera.
Traditional teaching and lecturing at universities, colleges, and museums including The Institute of Classical Architecture, The Center for Creative Studies, and The National Gallery of Art. Many works in prose and in verse, both fiction and nonfiction, attest to an abiding interest in essential American traditions, Western Civilization, and civil society.