Dave Caudill creates artworks for public, corporate and private collections. His larger public works are found at Louisiana’s Rip Van Winkle Gardens, East Tennessee’s Horizon Center park, the University of Kentucky’s Singletary Center for the Arts and the University of Louisville School of Music. He is also one of the few sculptors in the world who have created an environmental undersea sculpture. Caudill’s artwork was placed on the seabed near Nassau, The Bahamas. He recently completed a large labyrinth in Bolivia.
Caudill attended the University of Kentucky and the Louisville School of Art. Current professional affiliations include the International Sculpture Center and the Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft, of which he is an honorary board member. Awards include the Pollock-Krasner Award.