David McCauley Studio
David McCauley is an artist, non profit director, and creative entrepreneur based in St Petersburg, FL. Since 2012, he has founded multiple 501c3 organizations such as The Rise Up Gallery, The Little Haiti Laundromat Art Space, and The Wynwood Tour Guide App. Each of these entities have been awarded numerous accolades for their programs which encompass art therapy workshops in the community, studio/exhibition space for artists, and a smartphone based walking tour of the Wynwood Arts District in Miami.
McCauley's contemporary artwork incorporates oil painting, graphic design, typography/language, and fabricated materials. As an artist living with paralysis, McCauley applies various adaptive mark making techniques in the creation of his work while exploring topics of inclusion, universal design, accessibility, and the physical state of the human body. He is represented by Lanoue Gallery in Boston and Woodfield Fine Art in St. Petersburg. His work is held internationally in private collections and has been featured in solo and group exhibitions with such institutions as Art Basel Miami Beach, UBS Planet Art, SCOPE Art Show, Williams-McCall Gallery (Miami Beach), Galerie Lano (Paris), Cheryl Hazan Gallery (NYC), Projective Space (NYC), and The Richmond Art Museum. David has participated in artist residencies at The Art Center South Florida/Oolite Arts (Miami Beach), the Vermont Studio Center (Johnson, VT), Santa Fe Art Institute (Santa Fe, NM), the Laundromat Art Space (Miami), Void Projects (Miami), and YO Space (Miami). He is also a two time recipient of the Creative Access Fellowship Award.
McCauley is also a Board Member and Ambassador for The Impossible Dream Project, a 501c3 nonprofit organization which creates innovative sailing experiences for members of the disabled community. Through partnerships with the nations’ leading rehabilitation centers, the sailing events reach 1000+ participants annually in more than 20 cities throughout the United States.