“I love contrast and negative spaces: the shapes between the shapes. I also pay close attention to line and contour. Drawing is important to me – at times I even “draw” when I paint.”
“I learned how to paint by studying the techniques of painters who died hundreds of years ago. I guess this is what happens when you combine Rembrandt with Canadian landscape”
“It’s fun to think that my paintings have a whole new life somewhere after I let them go; and that they become part of someone else’s life.”
David was born and raised in the Eastern Townships of Quebec and now lives in British Columbia where he finds an endless supply of inspiration.