David Everett, born in 1950, is a native Texan living and working in Austin, Texas where he pursues his work in sculpture, drawings, and woodcuts. He completed undergraduate studies at the University of Texas in Austin in 1972 and finished his MFA in sculpture there in 1975. In addition to his full-time studio work he teaches life drawing in the museum school at the Contemporary Austin Museum.
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Growing up in the semi-tropical region of southeast Texas, Everett has pursued a lifelong interest in imagery from nature, restating his observations as a natural history of a personal world. His sculpture titled "Pantheon", done in 2002, is in the permanent collection of the National Museum of Wildlife Art where he was also the Lanford Monroe Artist-In-Residence in 2005.