David primarily produces his artwork on a commission basis, and has accepted commissions from organizations, individuals, companies and governmental bodies.
General information regarding arrangements for requesting commissioned work is provided by David: Requesting a Commission.
General information regarding making arrangements in requesting commissioned work can be found: Requesting a Commission.
Please contact David Boxley
directly regarding commissioning works.
- Selected Honoree-Visual Arts, First People's Fund, South Dakota, Jennifer Easton Community Spirit Award. Honors and celebrates exceptional American Indian artists who embody Collective Spirit - "that which manifests self-awareness and a sense of responsibility to sustain the cultural fabric of a community."
- 24 ft Totem Pole replica of 1st Totem Pole raised 30 years ago in Metlakatla, Alaska. August 2012
- 22 ft. Tsimshian Totem Pole, National Museum of the American Indian permanent collection, Washington DC, traditional raising in January 2012
- Mask Carving Class, National Master Arts Initiative: Artist Teaching Artist Grant Award, Longhouse Education & Cultural Center, The Evergreen State College
- m'algyax (Tsimshian Language) Translation, Sealaska Corporation
- Bill Holm Center for the Study of Northwest Coast Art visiting researcher award
- Humpback Whale Clan Hat, Tiny and Davina Barril, Olympia, Wa.
- Large Killerwhale mask/headdress, Joe and Nancy Kovalik, Blaine, Wa.
- Refurbished 20 foot totem pole for Dr. Warren Guntheroth, Seattle, Wa. Pole then raised in lobby of University of Washington, Business Tower, Seattle, Wa.
- Octopus Mask, Donald Gralla
- Totem Pole, Reilly
- Panel, National Indian Health Board & Hobbs Straus, Dean and Walker, Portland, Ore
- Carved Panel, Rabbit Creek Fire Station, Anchorage, Ak.
- Large Bent and carved box, Frontis family, Seattle, Wa.
- Bentwood Box, Brooklyn Children's Museum
- Raven Rattle, John Aumann
- Bentwood Chest, Jan Bowersox
- Canoe Box, Jack Creighton
- Bear Panel, Eric Schoff
- Two Panels, Gerald Orlob
- Six Masks, Icy Straits, Hoonah AK
- Owl Mask, Peabody Museum, Salem, MA
- Eagle Transformation Mask and new song, Tillicum Village Tours, Seattle WA
- Shaman's Rattle
- Bentwood Book shelf (private commission)
- Two Box Drums, Yakutat Tribe, Yakutat, Alaska. Completed as demonstration in Yakutat, and presented to the community at Potlatch.
- Speaker Stick for the Office of the Mayor of Seattle, Seattle Arts Commission
- Articulated mask, commissioned by Haida Feastware, Dorthy Grant
- Eagle Panel, Hobbs, Straus, Dean & Walker, Portland OR
- Best of Show, Eiteljorg Museum Indian Market, Indianapolis IN June 1999
- First Place, Northwest carving, Indian Art Northwest Show
- Box Drum, Anchorage Museum of Industry and Art, Anchorage AK
- Totem Pole, Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage AK
- 24 ft Totem Pole, The American Indian College Fund
- Mask wall, Epcot Center, Disney World FL
- Consultant and teacher for the S'klallam Tribal Long House Totem Pole Project
- 8 ft Sun Mask, Quintana Spring Show, Portland OR
- Masks, Boxes, Paddles and other traditional art objects (17 total), Southeast Alaska Visitors Center, U.S. Forest Service, Ketchikan AK
- Raven Transformation Mask, Ancient Traditions Gallery, Anaheim CA
- Raven mask, articulated beak, Buffalo Gallery, Alexandria VA
- Killerwhale Panel, Hobbs, Straus, Dean & Wilder, Washington, D.C. 1990
- Chief's Speaker Stick, 1990 Goodwill Games, U.S. Bank, Seattle WA
- 4 ft by 6 ft Carved Panel, Raven Brings the Light, Dr. Guntheroth, Seattle WA
- Mask purchased by the Governor of Alaska as a gift for the Emperor of Japan
- Panel, Four Clans & The Sun, Hobbs, Straus, Dean & Wilder, Washington D.C.
- Seven various pieces selected for purchase by Seattle City Light Portable Works Project; Seattle WA
- Transformation Mask, Mental Illness to Peace of Mind, Denver CO
- Carving gift for Mayor of Chongging, China selected by Mayor of Seattle WA
- Panel, Four clans, Church of Metlakatla AK
- Artwork selected by Mayor of Seattle WA for President of West Germany
- Artwork selected by Mayor of Seattle for gift given to the King and Queen of Sweden