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I'm a sculptor who also teaches it while still curious about the processes and actions involved. I work with my hands using my eyes. I make things. Quick links Detailed profile of Stephen Dubov Classes taught by Stephen Dubov Blog by Stephen Dubov Reviews of Stephen Dubov Detailed Profile Stephen Dubov is an internationally acclaimed artist whose innovative and provocative works are exhibited in museums and private collections throughout the US and Europe. Dubov's most recent works utilize recycled windshield glass, curved and pinned into place by machined steel and aluminum. Sensual, curvilinear designs are confined within a contrived architectural framework, creating a stirring sense of intimacy and psychological tension. As Dubov states, "For me the glassworks are the culmination of what I've created throughout my career. They carry on my aesthetic preference for the tension between the industrial and the organic, but in using this particular material, I go beyond this to make comment on the current societal trend of sustainable creation and the utilization of recyclable materials." Dubov's career has been one of combining meticulous craftsmanship with cutting-edge concepts. In the 1960s, Dubov worked bending and forming steel, juxtaposing forged masses with a rigid frame, "just as the landscape is delineated by civilization. He moved on to velum, more sheets, but this time layered, translucent, and as far from permanent as possible. Then, in the 70s his work became even more ephemeral: video, performance, dance, ontological pieces and sound-works, all organic forms framed by time and space. "Today, I'm still working with the original issue, only now with a material that is fresh as a sculptural medium (when used in sheets and not melted). The particular qualities of the glass mirror the fragility of life... that intrigues me." Dubov began his artistic training at an early age studying at the Art Students League and Greenwich House Pottery while attending the Rudolph Steiner School in Manhattan. Dubov went on to earn a BFA in Sculpture from the Kansas City Art Institute. After winning the Mid-America Annual Award in 1964, he was offered a full scholarship to Stanford and earned an MFA in Sculpture in 1967. Dubov taught sculpture at Stanford and was commissioned to create a large outdoor steel piece for their museum. While teaching at the University of New Mexico he was given a grant to create an eight-foot steel and glass piece for their museum. Later, as a tenured professor at the University of California at Sonoma, he built two, thirty-foot tall, stainless steel pieces for the entrance of the university's art building. In 2001 Dubov joined family in Austin, Texas where he was the artist in residence at the Elisabet Ney Sculpture Center and the Sculpture Academy of Austin before creating the Atelier 3-D Sculpture School. Now in its sixth year, Atelier 3-D runs sculpture classes for students of all ages and hosts an annual scholarship program for underprivileged teens in the area. In addition, Dubov created Art On The Way, an arts nonprofit dedicated to transforming undevelopable land throughout Austin into sites for contemporary public sculpture. with Stephen Dubov with Stephen Dubov with Stephen Dubov with Stephen Dubov with Stephen Dubov with Stephen Dubov with Stephen Dubov with Stephen Dubov Add new review for Stephen Dubov Rating * Which of Stephen Dubov's classes did you attend and are writing a review for? * While we worked, Steve also supplied us with a good basic understanding of ceramics in historic context, which (as a retired anthropologist) I found exhilirating.
Stephen Dubov: Teaches sculpture classes at Atelier3-d
and Creates a variety of new artwork.
Our hosts for the evening are Steve Dubov and Heather Tolleson.
Steve and Heather will talk about unconventional uses of claybodies as a sculptural medium. Stephen Dubov is currently the artist in residence at Atelier 3-D. He received his BFA in sculpture at the Kansas City Art Institute, and his MFA at Stanford. He was tenured at Sonoma State University where he taught both drawing and sculpture. Over the last 40 years he has generated a large body of non-traditional steel, plastic, ceramic, glass and paper works which can be seen on his website. His work is in public and private collections across the country. August: Steve Dubov
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Dubov is currently Artist In Residence at studio Atelier 3-D. Open house/Independent Studies is hosted by Steve Dubov, Terry Wilemon or Marja Spearman. Classes are taught by Steve Dubov (MFA Stanford in Sculpture) This Sculptors Work Space is available for 11 hrs per/wk (66 hrs per/session), ceramics, wood, stone and plaster areas are available, most basic tools too; its hosted by Steve Dubov, Terry Wilemon or Marja Spearman. Stephen Dubov (512) 419 9332 studio (512) 698 1166 cell
Steve Dubov, the owner of Atelier-3D, took the month of July off and closed the studio to focus on his own artwork.
So I have been on hiatus too.