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2020 SPE Annual Conference: Hosted by The University of Houston | Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts | School of Art

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David Underwood

David
Underwood

SPE Member since 2015
Member Chapter: South Central

David Underwood

SPE member since 2015
RICH COMMUNITY
Printed book

David Underwood

SPE member since 2015
Cultural Articulation
mixed-media

David Underwood

SPE member since 2015
Transformative Experience
mixed-media

David Underwood

SPE member since 2015
Disambiguation of the Sublime
mixed-media

David Underwood

SPE member since 2015
Common Ancestry
2014

David Underwood

SPE member since 2015
Acceleration
mixed-media

David Underwood

SPE member since 2015
Resource Mismanagement
2014

David Underwood

SPE member since 2015
Incomprehensible Infinity
mixed-media

David Underwood

SPE member since 2015
The Power of Music
mixed-media

about

David Underwood was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. He earned his MFA from Florida State University in 1990, and began teaching art & photography at Carson-Newman University in the same year. He is now a Professor of Art, the Director of Art Exhibitions, and a former Art Dept Chairperson of the institution. Carson-Newman University has offered the BA Degree in Photography since 1980, and is an institutional member of the NASAD.

Underwood has held 30 solo exhibitions and had work included in more than 125+ group exhibitions around the USA and Europe. His photographs and mixed-media artworks are included in the permanent collections of 16 museums around the USA, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Cincinnati Art Museum. Underwood is a fine-art photographer who uses analog, digital, and alternative photographic methods and materials to make unique artworks which often are about photography itself.

Check out his website for news and current work.

www.underwoodartworks.com

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