Jeffrey J. DaCosta | Bio



Jeffrey is an artist who's work explores cultural relationships with environment in the American West. Works range from intimate quilted pieces (Ribbon Blanket Series) to large concrete installations (Resource Resist), and oil paintings (Thermal Paintings). He earned his BFA in Sculpture from The Kansas City Art Institute and then later his MFA in Sculpture from the University of Arizona. He recently completed a second Masters in American Indian Studies with a focus in American Indian Higher Art Education  also from the U of A. Current projects include sculptural installations at Tohono Chul gallery in Tucson AZ public art exhibitions in Scottsdale AZ , LACD in Los Angeles CA, and a recent exhibition with the University of New Mexico in Las Cruxes. His future ambitions are to continue his exhibition work and pursue his passion for arts instruction.