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Folio Weekly Exhibition Artist Highlight: David Engdahl

Sep

18

Each week, The Cummer will be highlighting each of the 50 artists represented in the upcoming Folio Weekly Invitational Artist Exhibition, on view at the Museum from August 24 – December 2.

David Engdahl, Lamelliform 205, 2010, Sande (Brosium Utile)/Walnut Veneer, 14 x 20 x 8 in., Courtesy of the Artist

David Engdahl, Lamelliform 205, 2010, Sande (Brosium Utile)/Walnut Veneer, 14 x 20 x 8 in., Courtesy of the Artist

An architect by education and vocation, David Engdahl has been working with laminated wood sculpture since 1971, and has exhibited his works throughout the U.S., including over twenty states. His work is included in numerous corporate collections as well as permanent collections of the Orlando Museum of Art (FL), the Huntsville Museum of Art (AL) and Wiregrass Museum of Art (Dothan, AL).

David Engdahl, Lamelliform 200, 2009, Sande (Brosium Utile), 27 x 13 in., Courtesy of the Artist

David Engdahl, Lamelliform 200, 2009, Sande (Brosium Utile), 27 x 13 in., Courtesy of the Artist

He received an Individual Artist Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts through the Fine Arts Council of Florida, and two of his works were displayed in the U.S. Embassy in Bahrain through the U.S. State Department, and one each have been in U.S. embassies in Latvia, Angola, and Zimbabwe.

 

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