Since 1993 full time professional artist painting several major series including, Puertas de San Cristobal, Projectile Point and Mascaras de Mexico, among other works including two limited edition serigraphs as part of Coronado Studio's Serie Point Project; Serie V and Serie IX.
1983-1993 Owner, WILD TEXAS: design and production of tee-shirts and art furniture; and MICHAEL EARNEY WORKS: design and production of wildlife and western decorative and fine art.
1973-1983 Documentary film-maker. Produced, directed and edited the Lifeways Series, a series of documentary films about traditional Hispanic folk arts in New Mexico
which can be found in the Hispanic Lifeways Series
Chip Taylor Communications.
1957-1973 Ceramic artist and teacher: Leicester University and Falmouth College, England. The Potshop, Venice, Cal., St. Michael's College, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Hampstead Gallery London, England
Chameleon Gallery, Leicester, England
Penwith Gallery, Cornwall, England
Esther Robles Gallery ,Los Angeles, California, USA
Elaine Horwich Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
Institute of Mexican Cultural, San Antonio, Texas, USA
Agora de la Ciudad de Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico
Private Invitational, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Gto. Mexico
F8 gallery, Austin and Kerrville, Tx. USA
NationalAnnual Ceramics at Syracuse and touring exhibit
New Haven Festival of Arts New Haven, Connecticut
4th World Wilderness Conference, Denver Colorado
Read-Stremmel Gallery, San Antonio, Tx.
Magic Faces/Caras Magicas, Painting
from Mexican mask series, by Michael Earney,
Writer and illustrator, Winter Visitors, Marshnotes, British.
Columbia Waterfowl Society publication.
Illustrations and contributions, A Practical Guide to Edible & Useful Plants, Texas Monthly Press and University of Texas Press.
Design and illustrations, Texas Historical Inns Cookbook, Texas Monthly Press.
Illustrations, Aves de los Altos de Chiapas, Pronatura.