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David has held more than 20 solo exhibitions since his first in 1986. He is best known for abstract Australian landscapes painted in acrylic on flat sheets of galvanised steel.

His work has found favour with the public and critics alike, and may be found in private and corporate collections in Australia and overseas.

Education

University of Adelaide 1980-83
Bachelor of Science
Subject majors: Mathematical Physics, Pure Mathematics
South Australian College of Advanced Education 1984
Graduate Diploma of Education

Exhibitions

Solo:
2015: Five Easy Pieces - the Mawson Trail Paintings, Adelaide
2014: Nixieland. Adelaide
2013: The World We Live In, Adelaide
2010: Earth + Water, Citadel Exhibition Space Adelaide
2009: Five Seconds in Paris Citadel Exhibition Space Adelaide
2007: Journeys over Land Citadel Exhibition Space Adelaide
2005: New Paintings Miss Gladys Sym Choon Gallery Adelaide
Woomera Artimages Gallery Adelaide
2002: David Hume Artimages Gallery Adelaide
2000: Lake Argyle Painings A.R.T. Gallery Eden, Melbourne
Beneath the Beyond 2 du Plessis building, Adelaide
1999: New Australian Landscapes A.R.T. Gallery Eden, Melbourne
Beneath the Beyond. A.R.T. Gallery Eden, Melbourne
1998: Coorong to Kimberley Australian Landscapes A.R.T. Gallery Eden, Melbourne
1997: Andamooka A.R.T. Gallery Eden, Melbourne
1996: Postcards from the Rock A.R.T. Gallery Eden, Melbourne
1995: Visions of Venice A.R.T. Gallery, Melbourne
Visions of Venice 2 Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide
1993: Photographic image transfers Exeter Gallery, Adelaide
1992: Spring Flowers Kensington Gallery, Adelaide
1991: Recent Watercolours Kensington Gallery, Adelaide
1990: Paintings from Greece Kensington Gallery, Adelaide
1986: Watercolours Kensington Gallery, Adelaide

Press

he Adelaide Independent May 22 2005 Man of Steel
Rip it up Magazine May 18 2005 Woomera
The Adelaide Review May 2002 Visual Arts Shimmer
Rip it up Magazine April 2002 Topographic Imagery
Australian Art Collector Magazine no8 April 1999 Undiscovered, Unmasked p40
The Melbourne Herald Sun 15 July 1998 Accidental Artist
The Melbourne Age 4 July 1998 Saturday Extra
The Melbourne Age, Epicure, Brush Strokes p.2 12 May 1998
Optus Television, Peppermint Lounge, The Road to Andamooka Nov 1997
Australian Artist Magazine, no.129 March 1995, Collision Course p.36 - 43

Influences

European Expressionism: Henri Matisse, Emil Nolde, August Macke,
Australian Painters: Ruth Tuck, Mervyn Smith, Rover Thomas, Lloyd Rees, Sydney Nolan

90cm (W) x 90cm (H)
Acrylic on Canvas
$1,900
90cm (W) x 90cm (H)
Acrylic on Canvas
$1,900
90cm (W) x 90cm (H)
Acrylic on Canvas
$1,900
90cm (W) x 90cm (H)
Acrylic on Canvas
$1,900
90cm (W) x 90cm (H)
Acrylic on Canvas
$1,900