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Disciple of Experience (all my life) U.S.A.

Brookdale College, New Jersey, Classes in Oil Painting and Sculpture

UCLA, Classes in Film and Sculpture

Cal Arts, 3D Art Workshops

Northridge College, Art Therapy Classes

Tony Urbano Studios, Live Animation and Sculpture

Walt Disney Studios, Freelance Work, Live Animation and Sculpture, Research and Development

Santa Barbara City College, Sculpture Studio

Mel Zaid Studio, Private Study in Fine Art Mold Making

Private Studies of Concrete Formulations and Fine Art Mold Making since 1987



“Santa Fe New Mexican” Big Picture TV, Front Page – 2017

“Contemporary Art of the Southwest” Book – 2014

“American Art Collector Magazine” – December 2013

“Visual Art Source” – November 2013

“Pasatiempo” The New Mexican – 2013

“The Bar Bulletin” NM State Bar Association (cover) 2013 – 2014

“THE Magazine” Art Forum – June 2012

“Santa Fe Reporter” Interview – February 2011

“The Santa Fean Magazine” – June/July Issue 2010

“Su Casa Magazine” (cover) Winter Issue 2010

“Fine Woodworking” Various Issues 1989 – 1992

“Southern California Woodworker Magazine” (cover) – 1991

“Urban Surprises” Book – 2002

“Orange Coasts Magazine” (cover) – 1981

Various Press ( 1985-2004) – Los Angeles Times, Santa Barbara News Press, The Wall Street Journal, Santa Barbara Independent, Motecito Magazine, Beverly Hills Courier, The Coast News, and California Magazine.


Lectures & Art Forums

Art Panel Discussion at Site Santa Fe – February 2012

Santa Barbara Sculptor’s Guild, “The Evolution of an Assemblage Artist” – April 1985

Los Angeles Craft and Folk Art Museum Artist and Collector’s Lectures – October 1985

UCLA Artist Lecture Series, “One Man Sculpture Showcase and Lecture” – January 1989

Santa Barbara Sculptor’s Guild, “Transitions (six years later)” – May 1991

Assemblage Sculpture Workshops in Various Public and Private Schools – 1980-2005

Neimoroff Tour, Lecture/Studio Tour at Rudolph Studios – 1989-1993

SB Sculpture Guild Lecture/Video Presentation “The Big Picture” – 1999


Galleries, Shows, & Commissions

“Big Picture TV” Installed in Santa Fe Railyard – 2017-2018

Gerald Peters Gallery “Axle Indoors” – 2015

Axle Contemporary – “Economologies” Sculpture “Big Money” Displayed at Santa Fe Railyard – 2014

Center for Contemporary Art – Solo Show “Subliminal Memory” – 2014-2015

Abbate Fine Art Gallery – Solo Show “Visual Reports from the Digital Universe” – November 2013

Beals & Abbate Gallery – 2011-2013

Lakind Gallery – 2010-2011

Awarded Public Sculpture Commission Prospecus #205 – at Santa Fe Community College “The Books” awarded in 2010, installed 2012

Beals & Abbate Fine Art – 2011-2012

The Annual 2009 Canyon Road – “Paint Out” Won First Place for the Best in Show, Santa Fe, NM – 2009

Salon Mar Graff, Group Show – 2009

Samuel Design Group – SF Railyard Artlofts, Solo Show – 2009

Coady Contemporary Gallery, Santa Fe NM – 2008-2009

Design Week Santa Fe, Display 3 New Furniture Pieces – 2007

Creat New Ltd. Edition Pieces, “Cold Hard Cash” – 2007

“Big Money” Steel Sculpture (16’ x 17’ Outdoor Piece) – 2006-2007

Allan Rich Gallery, Los Angeles, California – 1982-2010

Northlight Atelier, Los Olivos, California – 2006-2008

Santa Fe, Remodel, and Set Up of Studios – 2005-2006

Relocation of Rudolph Home and Studios from Encinitas Ca. to Santa Fe, NM – 2005

Design* 21 – Collaborated with Award Winning Swiss Architect Roger Kurath on 5 Modern Case Study Houses.  Also Commissioned to Create Contemporary Sculpture, Furniture, and Architectural Details, Marina Del Rey, Santa Monica, Huntington Beach, and Santa Barbara, California – 2002-2006

L.A. Craft and Folk Art Museum, 2 artist show, Premier Viewing of 24 Newly Acquired David Rudolph Sculpture and Furniture Pieces (circa 1982-1987) Combined with Large Collection of Pablo Picasso Ceramics – 2002

L.A. Craft and Folk Art Museum – Accepted 24 pieces of David Rudolph Sculpture and Furniture into the permanent collection of Los Angeles – 2001

Sumner/Dene Gallery, San Diego, California – 2000-2005

Emporium Gallery, Encinitas, California – 2000-2005

“Big Picture T.V.” Sculpture used in GAP TV Commercial – 2002

Los Angeles Public Art Commission, Caheanga Blvd. Hollywood, California – 2000

SVIT-OZOR Gallery, Santa Barbara, California – 1999-2000

Tesoro Gallery, Beverly Hills, California – 2000-2001

Laguna Museum of Art “California Craft”, Laguna, California – 1999-2000

Gallery of Functional Art, Solo Show, “Time/Memory and Still Animation”, Santa Monica, California – 1999

Galleria Silecchia, Sarasota, Florida – 1997-1999

L.A. Craft and Folk Art Museum “GO” Group Show with L.A. Artists – 1998

In Association with the “Essence of Art” Programs for Public Schools, Rudolph Studios has Developed and Implemented Art Programs for Children to Enhance Personal Imagination and Creativity – 1997-2003

“Big Picture T.V.” Bio/Documentary The Video About the Making of “The Big T.V. Sculpture – 1997-1998

Masterwork “Big Picture T.V. Talk Show”, Public Interactive Sculpture a Walk-in TV with a talk show set to enhance Communication, 10’ x 7’ x 25’ Steel Reinforced Concrete – 1999

“Sit Down and Be an Angel” in the Collection of Mary Batten, first in a series of interactive sculptures – 1996-1997

Private Grant for the Research and Development of Techniques Focusing on the Creation of Substantial Interactive Public Sculptures – 1996-1999

Rudolph Studios, Completion of New Welding and Concrete Studios – 1996

Rancho Productions, Design and Management of Extensive landscaping project, Rancho Santa Fe, California – 1995-1996

Significant Relocation of Rudolph Studios from Santa Barbara to Encinitas – 1995

Art Source L.A., Santa Monica, California – 1992-1994

Jack Rutberg Gallery of Fine Arts, Fundraiser to Fight Prejudice, Hollywood, California – 1995

Commission: Rancho Productions, 2 Large Concrete Sculptures of “Mt. Lions” Rancho Santa Fe, California – 1994

Los Angeles Symphony Fundraiser, Fine Art Auction – 1994

Rudolph Studios – Lecture/Home Gallery/ Tour, Niemeroff/Deutch Fine Art Collectors Group, Santa Barbara California – 1993

Commission: First of the Large Concrete Outdoor Sculptures, 11’ Tiger, Addis/Wexler, Beverly Hills, California – 1993

Keith Hartog Gallery, Beverly Hills California – 1993

Pasadena Art Association, Featured Artist Solo Show – 1993

Paramount Studio Presents Celebrity Outreach Foundation Fine Art Auction Los Angeles, California – 1992

The Raliegh Gallery, Dania, Boca Raton, Florida – 1991-1997

Artic Gallery, Beverly Hills, California – 1991-1992

Ayzenberg Gallery, Group Show, Beverly Hills, California – 1991

Eileen Kremin Gallery, Group Show, Fullerton, California – 1991

Center for Living, Project Angelfood, a Fundraiser to Help People with AIDS, Fine Art Auction, Santa Monica, California – 1991

L.A. Artist Group Show, “Art Hostages” Beverly Hills, California – 1990

Green Dragon, “Art Befriending Children” Show, Santa Barbara – 1990

The Artworks Gallery, Santa Barbara California – 1988-1992

The Gallery of Cultural Art (solo show) Santa Barbara California – 1987

L.A. Nicola, Solo Show, Los Angeles, California – 1987

The Arpel Gallery, Santa Barbara, California – 1987

Studio 10 Gallery, Solo Show, Santa Barbara, California – 1986

The New Gallery, Santa Barbara, California – 1985-1988

The Faulkner Gallery, Best in Show, Santa Barbara, California – 1985-1987

The Jewish Community Gallery, Group Show, Los Angeles, California – 1985

Gallery 113 – Santa Barbara, California – 1985

L.A. Craft and Folk Art Museum, “Fantasy Furniture”, Featured Artist, Los Angeles California – 1985

Significant Relocation of Rudolph Home/Studio to the Mountains of Santa Barbara, California – 1985

Devorzon Gallery, Pacific Design Center, Beverly Hills, California – 1985-1991

James Clark Gallery, Los Angeles, California – 1984

Future World Expo, Featured Artist, Los angeles California – 1983

L.A. Craft and Folk Art Museum Show, “Masks” – 1977

Leon Salter Gallery, Beverly Hills, California - 1977

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