Ebanks wins 2nd Place at GATHERING: Contemporary Glass from the Heartland, with one of his recent granularé glass
The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) new exhibition bridges the gap between art and science, inspired by microscopic foraminifera.
Adjacent, Davin Ebanks’ 11-foot black concrete and cast-glass sculpture representing Cayman’s iconic catboat, has been unveiled at the National Gallery.
This work is about the tension between the solid, volumetric forms of the catboat ‘columns’ and the lucid, patterns glass facade. The challenge…
Although my great-grandfather was a boat builder—having built and fished three catboats—and the desire to build boats may run in my blood, that doesn’t mean the know-how is genetic.
Luckily I was able to sub-let a nearby studio/warehouse space quickly, and only for the required three months of the project construction…
Original maquette for Adjacent (pictured below in black) needed to be remade in a more sturdy material to be a working model.
Davin Ebanks’ interpretation of an iconic Caymanian symbol, the catboat, is the winner of National Gallery’s Cayman sculpture competition. The
The new series receives recognition at Indiana University Kokomo Art Gallery. Garnering 3rd Prize in a field of 28 was validating.
NeoNatural: Botanically Inspired Glass Hot sculpted glass installation at the Garfield Conservatory Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. On display January 21 – March 18, 2012, the hot sculpted glass flowers in this installation are models of plumeria, the traditional flower of Hawaiian leis and one almost exclusively planted in the cemeteries of my homeland. The flower has […]