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artist , art educator

David Stephen Furman, American Art educator, artist. National Education Association fellow, 1975, 86-87, Fulbright fellow, 1979, senior artist fellow, 1990, National Education Association Visiting Artist fellow, 1996. Member National Council Education of Ceramic Arts, American Crafts Council.


Furman, David Stephen was born on August 15, 1945 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Son of Stanley Albert and Lenore (Silverman) Furman.


Bachelor, University Oregon, 1969. Master of Fine Arts, University Washington, 1972.


Visiting professor art Otis Parsons School Art and Design, Los Angeles, 1975, California State University, Los Angeles, 1976, Colorado Mount College, Vail, 1976—1978, visiting professor, 1980. Professor, visiting artist Escuela National Bellas Artes, Tegucigalpa, 1973—2007, professor art Lima, 1979, 2000. Professor art, Art Claremont Graduate University Pitzer College, Claremont, California, 1973—2007, professor art, Claremont Graduate School, 1973—2007, professor emeritus, 2007.

Professor art University Costa Rica, San Jose, University National, Heredia, 1990.


  • Other Work

    • One-man shows include: Museum Ceramic Art, Pomona, California, Gallery 221, New York City, Frumkin Duval Gallery, Los Angeles. O.K. Harris Works of Art, New York City, Margulies Taplin Gallery, Miami, Solomon Dubnick Gallery, Sacramento, Dory Gates Gallery, Kansas City, Judy Youens Gallery, Houston, David Stuart Galleries, Los Angeles, Quay Gallery, San Francisco, Salt Lake Art Center. Chicago Center for Ceramic Arts, Elaine Horwich Galleries, Santa Fe, North Carolina State University, University Oregon, Tortue Gallery, Santa Monica, Gayle Weyher Gallery, Salt Lake, San Angelo Museum Fine Arts, San Angelo, Texas, Bakersfield Museum Art, California, Belger Art Center, Kansas City, Galleria 9, Lima, Peru, Jacqueline Anhalt Gallery, Los Angeles, Southern Oregon State University, Ashland, Oregon, over 600 Museum-Gallery Group Exhibitions around the world.


Member National Council Education of Ceramic Arts, American Crafts Council.


Married Luann Lovejoy, December 17, 1983.

Stanley Albert Furman

Lenore (Silverman) Furman

Luann Lovejoy