David Huebner is an Adjunct Professor of Art and Art Workshop Supervisor at the University of Southern Indiana since 1993. He teaches sculpture in the metals studio where instruction in techniques for working with a variety of metals occurs. Approaches to creating sculpture with a variety of other media and techniques are also taught.
Mr. Huebner holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Art Studio from the University of Kentucky and the Bachelor of Fine Art from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has engaged in commission work for numerous civic organizations and private individuals including the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library, the Evansville Visitors and Convention Bureau, the Evansville Vanderburgh Building Authority and the Evansville Museum of Art and Science. He has exhibited work regionally including at the Evansville Museum, the Old National Bank Building, the Women’s Institute and Gallery in New Harmony and at the Water Tower in Louisville, KY.
Mr. Huebner works in a wide range of materials and processes. He works in cast metals, fabricated metals, plaster and plastic resins. He has a long history of utilizing found objects in his work. He reuses found materials and recycled materials in his work.