References

  • Smithsonian: My artwork has been on display twice in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC. At the Smithsonian website, you can search for an exhibit titled Wilderness Forever which runs through summer 2015. My artwork has also been on display in another Smithsonian exhibit that ran from 2012-2013.
  • Boulder Open Studios: In one of the most vibrant art scenes in the country, I have been accepted as a member of Open Studios in Boulder Colorado for many years. You can search for David Bahr under the Artists directory.
  • My artwork will be on display in the Anchorage Museum (fall 2014 through spring 2015). This same Voices of the Wilderness exhibit has visited the Sitka National Historical Park and other venues.
  • My artwork has appeared in many of the Denver and Boulder regions' top galleries, including The Rembrandt Gallery, The Dairy Center for the Arts, the Hartman Gallery, the Canyon Gallery at the Boulder Public Library, and others.
  • Personal collectors include: well-known classical musicians; a Boulder County Commissioner; international, national, and local fine-art collectors.
  • My artwork can be seen in the Boulder Community Hospital (now called Boulder Community Health).
  • Regis University: My artistic work "Melting Ice" is closely related to my prior academic work on glaciers and sea level rise. I have been the chair of the Department of Computer Science at Regis University in Denver, and I am also a contributing author for the United Nations 2014 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report (Chapters 4 and 13). Although I am a full-time artist, I maintain my academic affiliations at Regis University and the University of Colorado. Many of my academic publications can be found by searching for David Bahr and glaciology.
  • Feel free to contact me if you would like a personal reference.