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About the Sculptor: David L. Cox

David is a freelance Sculptor based in Southern Indiana. He spent his early years involved in jewelry design. After many years and a brief encounter with formal art education, his attention turned to sculpture.

In an effort to educate himself, David applied for and won a four-year sculptural apprenticeship. Upon completion of the apprenticeship, David spent the next four years traveling the United States in search of more technical knowledge. He worked in various art casting foundries, learning all he could about the art of lost wax casting.

He then moved to Cincinnati where he stayed the next two years working on several major public bronze art commissions, as well as building his first foundry.

David casts his own work as well as the work of many others. His work has been displayed in galleries, art shows, museums and in private collections.

Directions to D.L.C. Designs

  • From Indianapolis: St. Hwy 37 South through Paoli to old State Road 64. Turn West to Brownstown Road* (1/8 mile). Turn North (right) on Brownstown Rd. to 990 South (6.8 miles). Turn right on 990 South, 1 mile to Studio.
  • From Louisville: I-64 West around New Albany. Exit onto old State Road 64 West to English (approximately 35 miles). Pass State Road 37 turnoff to Brownstown Road* (1/8 mile). Turn North (right) onto Brownstown Road to 990 South (6.8 miles). Turn right on 990 South, 1 mile to Studio.
  • From Evansville: I-164 North to I-64 East to Stat Road 37 North exit for English. Go through English to old State Road 64 West exit. Turn West on State Road 64 to Brownstown Road* (1/8 mile). Turn North (right) onto Brownstown Road to 990 South (6.8 miles). Turn right on 990 South, 1 mile to Studio.
  • *Note: Brownstown Road has no marker sign. It is the first road West of Junction 37 and 64, going North. Sterling Golf Course is identified at Brownstown Road, and a lake is visible on the left side of the road.

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