About THE WORK
Every good work of art should have at least ten meanings. -Walter de Maria
These mixed media sculptures, made mostly from clay, represent balance through dichotomous ideas and are in support of protest, revolution, and protection of the environment.
These sculptures are made from clay, wood, tesserae, wire, paint, glitter, glaze, rope, and lights. Each skull is handmade from clay. The sculptures represent balance through a coupling of opposite principles: masculine and feminine, nature and nurture, life and death, light and dark, growth and decay, celebration and mourning, past and future.
My art aims to be a voice for the empowerment of people in need in an increasingly global community. Each sculpture has its own personality and is a meditation on life's condition.
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ABOUT The artist
David is an American artist, teacher, and curator living and working in San Francisco, CA. He currently teaches sculpture at Orinda Intermediate School in Orinda, CA.
He is inspired by the environment, relationships, colors, music, art, culture and the everyday rhythm of life.
- Art Teaching Credential, San Francisco State University 2011
- MFA, Pictorial Arts, Painting, San Jose State University 2004
- UC Berkeley, BA, History of Art, UC Berkeley, 1998
- Solo Exhibition, Hotel Biron, San Francisco, CA. 2018
- Ongoing Exhibition, The Compound Gallery, Oakland, CA 2017
- Relish Magazine Release and Art Show, Group Exhibition, American Bookbinders Museum, San Francisco, CA 2017
- Kallisti, Solo Exhibition, Four Barrel Coffee, San Francisco, CA. 2017
- Urban Jungle, Group Exhibition, Wonderland SF, San Francisco, CA. 2017
- Semi-Precious, Group Exhibition, Art Share L.A., Los Angeles, CA. 2017
- Asst. Curator of Sculpture and Dec. Arts, Getty Center, L.A., CA 2007-2008
- Written entries in The J. Paul Getty Museum Handbook of the Collections
- hear him discuss the work of Isamu Noguchi and Joan Miró
- Independent curator, San Francisco
His paintings are in private collections and have been exhibited in the Bay Area.