Join us for a public reception on December 11 from 5:30 to 9 PM. In-person viewing during the reception is by appointment only.
From silver to glass to steel, David Dowler has returned to metal—but this time as a sculptor, entirely on his own terms. He began his professional life as a designer-silversmith for Samuel Kirk & Sons, spent much of his career as innovative, world-renowned sculptor and designer for Steuben Glass, and is now working primarily in steel in his Corning, New York. The son and grandson of architects and a distant relative of the late poet Marianne Moore (he owns and has read all her books), Dowler reflects his heritage as well as his own abundant gifts and depth of experience through the shapes, surfaces, and symbols in his sculptures.
Learn More about David Dowler HERE.
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