Title: Artist, Musician, Poet, Consultant, Educator, Designer
Location: Sodus Point, New York, United States
David Chamberlain, Artist, Musician, Poet, Consultant, Educator and Designer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in design and creativity.
Mr. Chamberlain became involved in this profession because he has always seen things differently. He has always viewed life in an abstract. Music and art of course are abstract languages, so it just seemed to fit naturally. His most recent positions have tapped into this passion. Mr. Chamberlain has taught design at the Golisano Institute of Sustainability at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Clemson University, Rivier College and the University of South Carolina. He has also served as a visiting artist at a number of colleges and higher education establishments, including Missouri Valley College, Bradford College, the African Institute of Art, FUNDA, Princeton University, Williams College and a variety of other places. In his career, Mr. Chamberlain has become known as the first American to do a cultural exchange with Vietnam.
To prepare for a career in the arts, Mr. Chamberlain first received a Bachelor of Arts in architecture and design from Princeton University in 1971. He continued in Vichy, France to receive a diploma from the Centre Audio-Visuel Langues Modernes. Following this, he committed to postgraduate coursework at The Art Institute of Colorado. In 1977, he earned an MFA in sculpture, printmaking and photography from the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, he earned an MLA in landscape architecture and design from the University of Colorado. For his work, Mr. Chamberlain has received numerous grants from Clemson University, the Krasner-Pollack Foundation, the Ford Foundation, K.B.K. Foundation and a variety of other institutions. His art has been displayed in galleries all over the country. A museum director once said his work struck the rarest spot in the art world because he created art that hadn’t been made before and that no one else could do.
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