I’m going to try to update my blog and let you know what I am reading about, thinking about and painting. I’d love to hear any of your comments as well.
This is a recent painting, NYC Grand Central Station,Quick Step, oil on aluminum, 18 x 18:
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What a wonderful painting, David! I look forward to all of your paintings! xox, Connie
Gina Thierry Rubright
Yay-what a treat! Thanks for the message on f/b about the blog.
p.s. we attended your presentation in St. Louis at Ch. 9, loved it, and still enjoy the dvd’s we purchased!
Beverly A. Schirmeier
Looking forward to your blog site and the artistic inspirations that correspond with
So glad to be able to see your paintings and read your thoughts in your new format, which I now have on my bookmark bar. Hope to return to your class when my life is more balanced; soon, I pray. In the meantime, thank you for the gifts you share in your blog. You are appreciated.
love the composition and the little person in the painting. It shows the contrast between large and small and gives a special dimension to the painting. Thanks David. I try to remember everything you talk about but it goes in and out the hole in my head. These lessons help to clarify your lectures.
Wind River Arts is the US distributor for Rosemary Brushes. We had a customer call and ask us what brushes you used. He was particularly interested in synthetic sable in 1″ to 2″ sizes. Can you tell us which brushes he is asking for.
Works for me.
Still having trouble bringing up last two blogs