David’s landscape paintings often focus on a solitary tree in an open space. His technique of cropping sections allows the observer to focus more carefully on one area without taking the entire piece for granted. The use of rich, organic autumn colours represents the maturity of the tree in the cycle of the life, providing the observers with a strong sense of change as the landscape ages and decays. The beauty found in aspects of time and change is the ever-present theme underlying his paintings. Surrounded by trees and fields, David’s home studio in Brantford, Ontario, keeps him close to his wife and three young sons.
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