Alameda, California, 1939
San Francisco Art Institute.
MFA from California College of Arts and Crafts
Currently Lives and Works in New York.
Most of Dusenbery’s artistic career was dedicated in the realization of stone sculptures: marble, travertine, limestone, granite, precisely mounted in consistent sculptural forms.
In Italy, he met Henry Moore and Marino Marini; in 1988, after having split between Pietrasanta and New York, he decided to stop in the U.S.A. to build his house and his study.
In 2011, Dusenbery realized the entrance of the Presidential Trauma Center of Harbor view Hospital in Seattle, Washington entitled “In the garden”: a metaphor for the work of man with nature.
New York Times
In the Garden, 2011
Presidential Trauma Center of Harbor view Hospital in Seattle
Metropolitan Museum of Art , NY
Guggenheim Museum , NY
San Francisco Museum of Art , CA
Columbus Museum of Fine Art, OH
Laumeier Int’l Sculpture Park , St. Louis , MI
Yorkshire Sculpture Park , England
Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon , Portugal
Jerusalem Foundation , Israel
Commune of Glostrup, Copenhagen , Denmark
Prudential Insurance Company, Boston , MA
Grounds for Sculpture Museum and Park, Hamilton , NJ
AUGUSTUS SAINT-GAUDENS MEMORIAL PRIZE
DEUTSCHER AKADEMISCHER AUSTASCHDIENST
NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS GRANT
CREATIVE artist’s PUBLIC SERVICE GRANT