Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Personal works

Just felt like posting a few of the pieces I've been working on for my next show at Artists House in November. Stepping away from the rigid series approach that I've taken for the past few and just sort of free associating instead. It's interesting to see as the group is coming together. Anyhow, here's a sampling


"I still think about then but I never think about her", 16x20, oil on panel



"Would I see you next to me?", 20x20, oil on panel


"View from the Carabela De Colón", 5x5, oil on panel


"We never talk anymore", 30x40, oil on panel

14 comments:

Jon McConnell said...

Fantastic pieces!

Tom Scholes said...

MR DAVE !
These are really wonderful.
Just brutally wonderful.

Really love how textural you are on these <3

robh said...

the bird painting is sublime !!!

Owen William Weber said...

awesome, i need to do a portrait of you now

Arkady Roytman said...

Dave, These are freaking AWESOME!!! Love the brush work and the energy behind them. Love the subject matter. Love everything about these new pieces.

Ben Foster said...

These are are sublime, but that first one is simply brilliant. It's great to see you getting "thicker" with you paint and a little more textural. I'm totally inspired to go do the same!

Scott Murphy said...

Sweet stuff man! I was gonna say, that second one looks exactly like Owen...but i guess that's because it is! Nice!

Scott Altmann said...

Great stuff man ! You rock dude :)

Johan Derycke said...

Beautiful work!
I particularly enjoy the 2nd and 4th for their composition and theme.

Mike M. said...

Very nice! "The View.." reminds me of Egon Schiele (I'm probably spelling that wrong), don't know if that's way off...

ces said...

They are all wonderful and unique.

My favourite is the birds - I love the colours - I love the brushstrokes - and I love birds.

But the one that affects me the most is the last - it brings tears to my eyes.

abey said...

Great paintings and great style! Loved the first and the third ones specially...

D Palumbo said...

wow, thanks everyone! I'll be posting some more as the show gets nearer :)

Steven Bachan said...

love them all Dave!
great job!!