Dave Eppley

In 2003 Dave Eppley earned an MFA in painting from Mass Art. Since then he has evolved through significant institutions through invitations and commissions. Most recently he was invited to produce a work for The Kohler Arts Center, covering over 4,000 square feet of gallery and atrium space. In 2011 he won a School Construction Authority commission for the city of New York to design and fabricate a permanent work for PS 65 in Brooklyn. In 2010 he was commissioned by The Bloomberg building for two separate works at their New York headquarters. In 2007 he was invited back to the LMCC workspace program and was commissioned a work for The Tang Museum at Skidmore College and in 2008 for the Decordova Museum. Dave Eppley has lectured at The Kohler Arts Center, Harvard University, Kenyon College and Mass Art. His work has been reviewed in The Boston Globe, USA Today, New York 1 news network, The Harvard Crimson, and New American Paintings. His complete portfolio can be seen on his website.

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