Printed Nature: 3D printed art by David Van Ness

Brazos Gallery presents the opening of the exhibition Printed Nature by David Van Ness.

David Van Ness been working with 3D printing and digital fabrication since 2005. Since then he has been fascinated with the medium. This concept isn’t new to digital art, but it is fairly new to sculpture.  In his own work he has explored issues of creativity on a verity of different projects. Because his work begins life as a data set this means that the creation of the piece using vector geometry, created from another seemingly disconnected data set, or some combination of that and more. David is also looking at ways of combining data to alter or perceptions and to re-imagining art.

The exhibition opens Monday August 27th through September 21st. Gallery Hours: M -F 10:00 – 4:00


Polylactic (PLA) 3D Print

Polylactic Acid (PLA) 3D Print

Self Portrait
Stereo lithography
Slective Laser Sintering 3D Print