About Mr Rowan

David Rowan is a visual artist based at Grand Union in Birmingham U.K.

Working professionally as a photographer for over 20 years in the cultural heritage and commercial sectors, David has produced thousands of artworks for art galleries, universities, advertising agencies and private clients. His work is regularly published in national and international press, news media, art journals and digital channels.

He works to private commission and in collaboration with artists, curators and galleries throughout the U.K. He produces bodies of work for print publications, projects and exhibitions.
His work is held within the permanent collections of The Library of Birmingham, The University of Birmingham, The Garman Ryan Collection at The New Art Gallery Walsall and in several private collections.

He provides training, mentoring, technical advice and specialist support to the professional imaging community, students and arts organisations.

David has worked with many private artists and individuals as well as the following organisations:

The Contemporary Art Society
The National Portrait Gallery
Nottingham Contemporary
Stourbridge Glass Museum
Creative Black Country
Black Country Living Museum
Museums Worcestershire
Birmingham City University
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts
Flatpack Festival
The Craftory
Birmingham Modernist Society
St Albans Verulamium Museum
The Wilson Cheltenham's Museum of Art
The Courtauld Institute of Art
University of Birmingham
National Galleries of Scotland
The Midland Arts Centre
Vivid Projects
Cheltenham Ladies College
The Lincoln Collection
Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Black Country Museums
Tamworth Castle
The Crafts Council
Lichfield Cathedral
Stoke Museums
The Ikon Gallery
The Herbert Art Gallery
Library of Birmingham
Eastside Projects
The Tate
Channel Four
Grand Union
Yale University Press
Bilston Craft Gallery
Cardiff University
Eastside Projects
The New Art Gallery Walsall
King Edward Schools
Birmingham Museums Trust

David is currently a studio holder at Grand Union

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