price range $500-$12000
Eyeball Island 60x36" oil on canvas
Wagi Jumping Rock 85x54" oil on canvas
Warm Shore 20x30" oil on canvas
Autumn Swamp 24x30 oil on canvas
Morning Glow 60x36" oil on canvas
Sharpe Storm 4 36x80"
27x54 oil on canvas
Bounce 30x30 oil on canvas
24x24 oil on canvas
oil on canvas 24x72"
36x60" oil on canvas
45x45" oil on canvas
Reflecting on Tom
48x40" oil on aluminum
10X10" oil on canvas
30x64" oil on canvas
Autumn Hope 15x30 oil on canvas
27x54" oil on ccanvas
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David Grieve created his first oil painting at the age of nine. As then, he paints still lives and landscapes. The beauty found in the influence of time and change is his constant underlying theme. Davids bold palette knife strokes, combined with the texture of the paint itself, draws the observer into the scene where they feel actually present. We instantly sense leaves moving subtly; the trees at center stage take on a life of their own, while the clouds move in and out of the frame, through a masterful use of deep shadows, remind the viewer of natures immense strength.
His inspiration comes from walking along pathways through protected natural areas. Recalling the sense of tranquil beauty David says, The path itself is like a metaphor for life. It is a journey from beginning to end, with ups and downs and twists along the way. The sun shines brightly through the open spaces in the canopy of trees, while in other areas, long, dark shadows are cast across the pathway.
He graduated with honours from Guelph University with a Bachelor of Arts in 1994. David then obtained a Bachelor of Education,at Queens University in1995. Since then, David has been painting full time in Brantford, Ontario where he lives with his wife and three sons.
Jurors Award, Glenhyrst, Art Gallery, September, 1998
Michael Scotchmer Scholarship, University of Guelph,1993
Year 4 & 5 Art Award, Pauline Johnson Collegiate, 1989 & 1990