David Middlebrook Catalogue
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David Middlebrook
Chronology
1977
National Endowment for the Arts, Artist Grant Award.
 
1980
Art Institute of Chicago, five-month residency in South Africa.
 
1982
Six-month lecturer and workshop tour of Australia.
 
1985
Lecture, Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, Pueblo, Colorado.

Panelist, NCECA Conference, San Antonio, Texas; San Francisco Art Institute, Rhode Island School of Design; Cranbrook Academy of Art, Scripps College.

 
1986
Lecture, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa / Lecture; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Panelist, NCECA, San Antonio, Texas.

Juror, "Kids' Clay", NCECA Exhibition, San Antonio, Texas.

Workshop, Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Arvada, Colorado.

 
Award: "Time Shadow," State Competition, pavement piece for Sacramento Light Rail.
 
Award:University of Iowa, Project Art, National Competition: environmental sculpture commission, $65,000, Associated Landscape Contractors of America. Environmental Improvement Award of Distinction for "Earth Sample", Colorado Council in the Arts and Humanities, Finalist, Mesa College, environmental sculpture.
 
1987
Workshops/Lectures: "Future of Art in Public Places!", Kyle Belding Gallery, Denver, Colorado.

"Artists' Role in Public Art", Denver, Colorado

 
Award: Colorado Council on Arts and Humanities, finalist, Colorado School of Mines, campus sculpture competition, Golden, Colorado Kent Arts Commission (Settle), Washington, National Competition. Site-specific sculpture: $10,000, awarded winner.
 
1988
Awards: Los Angeles County Airport sculpture competition, pool finalist.
 
Little Street Gallery, two-day workshop, Chicago, Illinois.

Juror, Great Lakes States Sculpture Show, Chicago, Illinois.

 
1989
Awards: Art consultant, Davis Central Park Sculptor's Competition. Awarded position, San Jose International Airport, National Competition for entrance mural, 1st place, awarded commission: $35,000.

Santa Cruz, Pacific Garden Mall, sculpture, fountain competition, national competition, 1st place. Awarded commission: $40,000 (note: project on one year hold, due to earthquake damage).

 
1989-1990
Award: Consultant for City of Davis and Cal Trans for development of art plan for Pole Line Road over crossing.
 
1990
Awards: 20 Sculptors International Invitational Competition for water feature project, Stapleton International Airport lobby piece.

Natomas Station, California, sculpture garden major site piece awarded; 25 sculptors nation-wide: awarded and given sites Davis Central Park, design, built and installed 350-foot sculptural granite ruin walls, dedicated September 30, 1990.

 
Northern Kentucky State, University of Cincinnati, Miami Ohio University.
 
1990-1991
Award: City of Davis, Pole Line Road, overpass wall and apron mural design. Project budget: $60,000. Awarded project awaiting Cal Trans funding.
 
1991
Juror, Outdoor Sculpture Selection, Town of Los Gatos, California.
 
1992
Award: Finalist National Competition, Ohio Arts Council. Ohio State University, Mendenhall Laboratories, Geological Department of Study. Project awarded October 1992. Budget: $92,000.
 
Juror for Hilton Hotel, art purchases for City of San Jose, California.
 
1993
Award: Finalist, Colorado Springs International Airport Competition.
 
Lecture, "Public Art: Past, Present, Future", Pueblo, Colorado.
 
1994
Award: Semi-finalist, Denver International Airport, Denver, Colorado.
 
Lecture, San Jose Museum of Art. Ohio State University.
 
1995
Award: Semi-finalist, San Francisco Airport Commission.
 
Stone/Marble Symposium, Carrera, Italy. San Francisco Art Academy.
 
1996
Award: Finalist for 40 acre park design and sculpture garden, City of Indian Wells, California. To be awarded summer 1996. Budget: $1,200,000.
 
1997
Award: De Anza College National Out Door Sculpture competition.
 
1998
Awards: Finalist, Milwaukee County Airport winner Dennis open hemmer.

Finalist, Jewish Community Center, Los Gatos Out Door garden.

 
1999
Award: Award winning project proposal, Weston Hotel, Palo Alto, California, scross from Stanford.
 
"Vessels 2000", sole juror for National All-Media Show.

Lecture, Foothill Club, Saratoga, California.

 
2000
Pacific Rim Sculptors Build, Invitational Juror, San Francisco, California.

Pacific Art Guild, All-Media Annual Juried Competition - Invited Juror, Palo Alto, California.

Dedication Ceremony, featured speaker "Step in Stone", Western Hotel, Palo Alto, California.

 
2001
Award: 1st prize, City of Santa Clara Out Door Sculpture Exhibition, 80 pieces, Northern California invitational. One of proposed artist for Berkeley Public Library.
 
2001-2004
Award: Finalist, City of Dublin, Emerald Glen Park.
 
2002
Summer in Pietrasanta, Italy, extracting stone from Italian Alps for the 21 ton Carrara marble iceberg for the Milwaukee commission.
 
Gilroy Art and Culture Exhibit 2002 - All media competition. Juried with Susan Hill House, curator, Triton Museum of Art.

NCECA, featured panelist with Jun Kaneko, "Monumental Art" National Conference, Kansas City, Missouri (over 4,000 attendance).

 
2003
Award: Episcopal Church by the Sea, fountain sculpture, Santa Monica, California.
 
Featured as panelist, "National Society of American Archeologists", June.
Subject Art as an Artifact, Washington, D.C.
 
2004
Award: Village Green Outdoor Multi-Section Sculptural Commission.
 
College of Sierra Nevada Summer Sculpture Workshops.
 
2005
Sierra Nevada College, Visiting Artist Workshops, featured sculptor.
 
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