David Smalley has had over 50 solo, two-person, and invitational exhibitions of sculpture in the US, Britain, and Japan in his 40-year career. His work is primarily in metal, and many of the works are kinetic (mobiles). His works are in private and public collections in New York, Connecticut, and elsewhere. He recently installed his largest commission to date: a suspended kinetic sculpture for Northwestern Connecticut Community College, commissioned by the State of Connecticut. Smalley's works are impeccably crafted and engineered. He pioneered the use of computer technology as a tool for creating sculpture and founded the Center for Arts and Technology at Connecticut College, from which he retired in 2002.