David Hubbard

Metal has always been my passion.

I learned my craft working in a commercial Iron works in the late 1970s.

The shapes I use are meant to be symbolic and suggestive, like a conversation between the viewer and the object.  I’ve incorporated movement in the Monument series.

I’m a dedicated environmentalist who would rather be in nature.

My main joy in life is to kayak rivers all across the country.  

I’m very concerned about my children’s future and
David Hubbard Night Boat 8x12 72dpihave tried to do my part to reduce human impact on the environment.

I’m very interested in Native American mythology and philosophy.

I was a boy scout and my father was an avid bird watcher and hiker.  These influences have shaped my vision.

Clients include: The Kreeger Museum, The Canadian Embassy, The French Embassy, Corcoran Museum, The Library of Congress, The Renwick Gallery, City of Rockville, Md. Public Art Program, Montgomery County Arts Council, Hartman Design and many other area design firms.

Author of “The Shiny Shell,” an eco-adventure story for ages 5-12.  Illustrated by Marcie Wolf-Hubbard. Current collaboration: “From Within” a book of paintings by Marcie Wolf-Hubbard with short stories and poems by David Hubbard.  



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