David Rule | interpretationArt
The [email protected] presents “interpretation: a collection of color”, an exhibition by local artist David Rule. This collection of gestural figures and abstract works is built around bold colors and expressive use of color. Join us for an opening reception on Saturday October 9, 2021 from 5:00-9:00 PM during Second Saturday Art Walk. There will also be an artist talk during the Art Auction on November 12 and additional gallery hours during Art Walk on November 13.
Guests are asked to wear masks while inside the gallery.
Creativity to me…is growing, experimenting, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes, getting lost and coming back.
I have always loved art, the passion to create art, and the trials and errors involved. My earliest work had hung proudly on refrigerator doors as a child, bedroom walls as a teen, and in many art classes. Inspired by artists of many different genres that use simple yet impactful imagery I am continuously developing my own style which is ever evolving and reinvented sometimes with each new piece. I try to keep it interesting and convey that inspiration in my own work. l don’t compartmentalize my work and don’t always know what the end result will be when I start a piece of work . Continually thinking from conception thru execution, making changes, sometimes starting over is common practice for me from conception thru execution, finally reaching that point on a piece that I am proud to sign my name.
My main mediums are gesso (close friend), acrylic, charcoal, and pastel. I have a very abstract and contemporary approach to all my work on canvas or wood. I work with large brushes and palette knives in a very gestural and quick manner. My work reflects a bold use of color, black and white. Giving a viewer, admirer, and collector a strong emotional impact is my main purpose.
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