Del Harrow lives and works in Fort Collins, CO. He is a Professor at Colorado State University where he teaches Sculpture, Digital Fabrication, and Ceramics. His art practice spans genres of sculpture and design, and integrates traditional manual and skill based forming processes with digital fabrication technology.
Harrow has been invited to lecture widely on his own work and on the intersection of digital fabrication and craft in contemporary art and education. Lectures include Syracuse University/The Everson Museum of Art, The Auerbach Endowed Lecture Series at Hartford Art School, CT, and the Current Perspectives Lecture Series at Kansas City Art Institute. His work has been exhibited internationally, in venues including The Milwaukee Art Museum, The Korean Ceramics Biennial, The Foundation Bernardaud in Limoges, France, The Denver Art Museum, and The Museum of Fine Art in Boston. His work is held in the permanent collections of the Arizona State University Art Museum, The U.S. State Department Art in Embassies Collection, and The Museum of Fine Art, Houston. He is represented by Haw Contemporary in Kansas City, MO, and Harvey Preston gallery in Aspen, CO.
Harrow was a 2020 United States Artists Fellow, “a $50,000 unrestricted award celebrating artists and cultural practitioners who have significantly contributed to the creative landscape and arts ecosystem of the country.”
Made possible through the generous support of the Carmen Morton Christensen Endowment, the Department of Art & Art History, and the College of Fine Arts.