Current Exhibitions

Northeast Harbor, Maine

Summer of 2020 to Fall of 2021

Artist talk Thursday, July 29 at the MD-365 offices,
Six Old Firehouse Lane, floor 2 in Northeast Harbor.
Public invited.
Exhibition organized by Sunne Savage.


24 large sculptures on public view

City of Gainesville, Florida

Screen Sculpture #11




Screen Sculpture #83




Sculpture in every city park

In collaboration with the City of Gainesville
Parks Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department

Russell Etling, Cultural Affairs Manager

Through Summer of 2020

(Extended to January, 2021)



Baker Park
City of Naples, Florida

Vertical Motif #12






In collaboration with Naples Parks & Recreation Department, Dana Souza, Director

Eight large David Hayes sculptures

Exhibit continues through the Fall of 2021.

Sculpture in Downtown Danbury, Connecticut

With CityCenter Danbury, Betsy Paynter, Director

Totem (detail)

On public view through the Fall of 2021.


On permanent display outside of Coral Gables City Hall in Coral Gables, Florida:

Quadraped 2, 2011.

The sculpture is on exhibit at the invitation of Mayor Raul Valdes-Fauli with the guidance of the Coral Gables Department of Historical Resources and Cultural Arts; Dona Spain, Chair; Catherine Cathers, Arts & Culture Specialist. The City of Coral Gables subsequently included the artwork in their permanent collection by unanimous vote of the City Commission.

David Hayes Sculpture at the Jundt Art Museum
Spokane, Washington

August 1, 2014 to July 31, 2015
Exhibit extended to Fall 2016.

Curated by Paul Manoguerra, Director

Screen Sculpture #20, 1986.

Bellarmine Museum, Fairfield Connecticut

Sculpture is on display outside of the Quick Center for the Arts at Fairfield University
from September, 2015 to September, 2017
Exhibition extended.

Recent exhibitions