I'm sorry this had to happen like this, but it's more important that he take care of his personal matters at this timePepperdine Coach Vance Walberg resigns Jan 17, 2008
After a thorough national search in which we interviewed several quality candidates, I am happy to announce the hiring of Vance Walberg as Pepperdine's new head men's basketball coachWalberg named head coach at Pepperdine Apr 18, 2006
Coach Westphal is among the most outstanding people I've known or had the pleasure to work withWestphal out at Pepperdine U. Mar 15, 2006
Daniel and the band are extremely disappointed that they are not going to be able to play at Gone SouthRock News: Music's high and low notes Mar 14, 2002
Chevron's deepwater drilling and well control practices are safe and environmentally soundOil executives call spill a rare event Jun 15, 2010
John Watson (Born 1975 in Indianapolis, IN. USA) is an American artist and sculptor based in Saint Louis, MO. He is known primarily for sculptures created from found wood and recycled building materials. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States at venues including:Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis; Hemphill, Washington, D.C.; Philip Slein Gallery, Saint Louis, MO; Savannah Gallery, Atlanta, GA; School 33 Art Center, Baltimore, MD University of Hawaii; LIMN, San Francisco, CA; Area 405, Baltimore, MD; Washington Project for the Arts/Corcoran, Washington, DC; Sweetboyprojects, Los Angeles, CA. John Watson lives and works in St. Louis.
He received his MFA in sculpture for the University of Maryland, College Park.
John Watson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art at Webster University, Saint Louis.