Durow's work uses glass, stone, and steel to create large-scale public sculpture and installations. Inspired by the world of the created object, Durow comments on notions of personal history, experience, perception and memory.
Durow received his MFA specializing in large-scale glass sculpture at Tulane University. Since 2012 he has been Associate Professor and Head of the Glass and 3-Dimensional Studies Program at Salisbury University in Salisbury, MD where he lives with his family.
Durow’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Europe, and is included in multiple public, museum, and private collections. His work has been reviewed and written about in Sculpture Magazine, Art in America, Glass Quarterly and New Glass Review. His method for large-scale sand casting was featured in the 4th Edition of Glass Notes by Henry Halem.