Archive for the ‘Public Art’ Category

Zen & The Art of Motorcycle Sculpting

How do you carve sharp, exhilarating curves through the mountains when the weather’s hot enough to melt your snowboard? Filch your best friend’s Suzuki Bandit 1250 & set it ablaze on the road from Ouray to Telluride. Besides roaring through switchbacks on a two wheeled rocket correlates directly with my creative process: maneuvering constantly shifting curves into sustained, […]

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ACROBAT bronze @ FMC Tower (Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects) in Philly

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FUGUE Foliage

…So I just got the windows squeaky-cleaned here at The Chelsea Treehouse to facilitate a clearer view of our luxury, organic, sustainable, bespoke, artisanal green housing development in progress by Mr. & Mrs. Squirrel’s ACME Nest Builders LLC. Well that plus now you can my new sculpture better from outside too. Drop by or climb The Treehouse! 

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Acrobat installed in Philly + MARVEL/NETFLIX Cameos

Hi Everyone, Greetings from StudioDave! Acrobat has mounted a permanent handstand outside the FMC Tower at Cira Centre South/Philadelphia, PA. Framed by the Schuylkill River and bold architecture of Pelli Clarke Pelli, Acrobat can also be viewed while riding a glass elevator up to Cira Green—a cool new one acre park ten stories above street level. The […]

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Public Art, TV Cameo & Chasing Moose in Montana

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Getting Closer!

I am still fundraising on Sculpturezoo.com for my NYC Public Art project. Donate today & choose original artwork or jewelry as thank you gifts for your contribution!

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Drawing w/ Steel: My 3D Sketchbook is now online @ Artinjection

  Steel wire has been my primary drawing medium for nearly three decades. Its mix of resistance and pliability allows me to easily generate the sketches on which I base my larger works. My improvisational technique has become so refined over time, however, that the majority of my new maquettes are fully formed as is. […]

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Lizard Blizzard sweeps Sculpturezoo.com

This gnarled, scraggly, coiled reptile (23″ high) is the newest addition to Sculpturezoo.com. Inspired by my favorite croissant-stealing friends in the French West Indies (St-BarthĂ©lemy), L’iguane was sculpted with water-based resin, skinned with an antiqued-bronze patina, and perched atop bark-encrusted hickory with a brass turning pin.  Sculpturezoo.com is my NEW crowdfunding site for The Acrobat Project; a monumental outdoor […]

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The Acrobat Project/Kickstarter Update: 13% & rising!

17 days left/17 pledges: Thank you Katharine, Tricia, Alice, John, Lisa, Jon, Alex, Judy, Ken, Ashley, Other John, Kathy, Laura, Shoji, Raven, Ellen, Corey!

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The Acrobat Project/my sculpture in-progress for Art-in-the-Parks (NYC) is now on KICKSTARTER

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