Eugene Daub began his career as an art director for an advertising firm. His first job in sculpture was for The Franklin Mint where he developed skills in relief sculpture.
He taught at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, Ca from 1993 to 2002. He has been an instructor at the Scottsdale Artists’ School from 1991 to present and is the designer of the first Philadelphia Liberty Medal, which that city awards every year to a champion of world peace.
Daub has exhibited extensively and has worked in numerous public collections, including the Helsinki Art Museum, the British Museum; the Smithsonian Institution; The National Statuary Hall Collection in the United States Capitol and the United States National Park Service.
Daub has created over 40 major monuments in the U.S. in the last 30 years. He is also one of the pioneer members of the American Medallic Sculpture Association, which pushed American contemporary medallic art into the international contemporary movement.
He won both of the nation's highest awards for excellence in medallic art: The Saltus Award from the American Numismatic Society, and the Gold medal, from the American Numismatic Association.
Daub is a Fellow of the National Sculpture Society.
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Ross Award for Sculpture, Classical America
J. Sanford Saltus Award
ArtistsŐ Guild, Gold Award
Elliot Ganz Award- National Sculpture Society
Agapof Award – National Sculpture Society
American Medallic Sculpture Assn
Medal for the FIDEM, Helsinki
American Numismatic Society
National Sculpture Society Gold medal
Best historical sculpture, California Arts Club
Girard College, Philadelphia
Ivy school of Art, Pittsburgh,Pa.
Pennsylvania Academy for the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
University of Pittsburgh
Alfred University, New York
Academy of Art University), San Francisco, Sculpture Dept. 1993-2002
Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, Florida, Sculpture Instructor 1994-2004
Brookgreen Gardens, Murrells Inlet, SC, 2008-current
Johnson Atelier Technical Institute of Sculpture, Rutgers University NJ 1987-1990
Loveland Academy of Fine Arts, Loveland, Colorado, Sculpture Instructor 1993-2006
Pennsylvania Academy for the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA 1985-1989
Scottsdale Artist's School, Scottsdale, AZ., Sculpture Instructor 1991-current
University of Arts, Philadelphia, PA 1985-1988
University of Connecticut, Fairfield CT., Sculpture Workshop - Fall 1992
Associations and Memberships
Fellow and member of Board, National Sculpture Society
Vice President and PP of the American Medallic Sculpture Association
Fellow, The American Numismatic Society
American Numismatic Association
New York Numismatic Club
Medallic Art Society of Canada