Phillip Shore's artwork is informed and influenced by his travels to and the study of the archeological artifacts from Ancient Greece and the relationship between humans and the environment. Mr. Shore is an artist and an educator who divides his time between living rurally in Michigan and residing in an urban setting in Texas. Mr. Shore received his MFA from the University of Notre Dame and his BFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Over the twenty plus years in which he has been making art Mr. Shore has exhibited extensively throughout the United States and was invited to attend an international sculpture symposium in the Republic of Georgia.
Mr. Shore has received grants from the State of Michigan, Arts America and most recently he was the recipient of the Haggar Scholar Award through the University of Dallas. His work is represented by Craighead-Green Gallery in Dallas, Texas and by Sue Greenwood Fine Art in Laguna Beach, California and is in many public and private collection including Purdue University, the City of Fort Smith, Arkansas, Rustavi International Sculpture Park, Rustavi, Republic of Georgia, and Akin, Gump P.C., Dallas, Texas to name a few.