orn and raised in Calgary, David graduated from the Alberta College of Art & Design with a Bachelor of Design degree in Visual Communications. He has worked as a graphic designer for over forty years and during that time he has continued to paint in watercolour and acrylics.
Over a four-year period, the ASA invited submissions to the respective exhibitions Fire, Water, and Air, concluding the series with Earth.
The works presented in the exhibition have conjuring powers in our own temporal narratives and imagination.
Each year, the Society invites all emerging artists who are full-time undergraduate students at a post-secondary university in Alberta to submit artworks along with an Artist Statement to our Scholarship Award incentive.
The exhibtion is on display in Calgary and in Edmonton. Visit the Exhibtion at the U of C or the U of A!
Meet the Artist! March 14 from 1-3PM
In 1984 you see how things might have been with freedom of expression lost. It now seems that after two world wars we just managed “under the wire” to restore a society in which freedom can be openly expressed.
Introducing the Provincial Council for 2020.
For me, everything is black and white, but never lacking in passion. My approach could be best described as sophisticated minimalism, as I am always trying to simplify a scene to it’s core elements of light and lines.
The Alberta Society of Artists (ASA) is an association of professional artists whose objective is to foster and promote the development of the visual arts in the Province of Alberta.