Union Jack rustic style wooden bunting
Aged copper effect hanging star decoration
Whitewashed wooden hanging heart
Malvern Triple frame in a whitewashed wood effect
Tablecloth corner clip hanging weights x4, Ships wheel, Anchor, Life...
A large rustic twig lantern with glass insers and metal hanging loop,...
David Curtis is a member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters. He is one of the UK's most successful and best known artists and has won many awards for his spectacular art.
Essentially a "plein air" painter, working in both oil and watercolours, he is the author of numerous books and has work in collections all over the world.
Born in Doncaster in 1948, David headed an engineering design team until 1988 when he became a full time painter. He was elected to the Royal Society of Marine
Arts in 1983 and a member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in 1988.
In 1992 David won the first prize in the Singer & Friedlander/Sunday Times Watercolour Competition and the second prize in 1997.
Essentially a 'plein air' and figurative painter, working in both oils and watercolours, he observes transient lighting conditions and effects of atmosphere in his compositions.
David is the author of 'A Light Touch, the Landscape in Oils' and 'The Landscape in Watercolour - A Personal View' both published by David & Charles.
Two APV films of the same titles are on video format and form part of a television series.
A third APV video 'Light Effects in Watercolour' was released in October 1997, and a fourth film - 'Light in the Landscape' was released in November 2003. David is also featured on a TV series - Connecticut Coast to Coast, USA '96 broadcasting.
A third book and a fifth film are scheduled for 2004-2005, both entitled 'Light and Mood in Watercolour' published by Crysallis Books and APV Films respectively.
A fourth book, "Capturing the Moment in Oils" was published in 2007, with a film of the same title by APV Films. A fifth book on both oils and watercolours and a seventh film by APV Films were published in 2009-10, both titled "Painting with Impact." A sixth book and an eighth film were released in 2013 covering aspects of painting on location.
A regular exhibitor at the Richard Hagen Gallery in Broadway, Worcs, David also exhibits in all the major National Society exhibitions and has work held in private
collections, both nationally and abroad.