“My work is concerned with the figure and human form, abstracting contour, shapes and lines. I am interested in isolating these elements. My intention is to make the viewer look at them in their own right; I intentionally remove and disassociate the subjects from their environment. I overlay and merge these shapes creating confusion and complication. I investigate positives and negatives to encapsulate mood, emotion, disposition, association and interaction“.
David remains a prominent member of the Newlyn Society of Artists (NSA).
The Newlyn Society of Artists Originally formed in 1896, previous NSA members have included Stanhope Forbes, Alfred Munnings, Laura Knight, Dod Procter, Peter Lanyon, Patrick Heron and Terry Frost.
Today the NSA remains an intrinsic part of the Arts in the UK. It is a diverse group of approximately 85 professional contemporary British artists working across all disciplines from painting and sculpture to performance.
The work of NSA artists has often had a global reach and at the last count at least a dozen have been Royal Academicians.
David graduated from the Falmouth School of Art.
Founded in 1902 visual arts have been practised and taught at Falmouth for over a century, and the reputation for creative excellence still keeps Falmouth at the forefront of British art schools today.