Art Brokerage: American Artist David Glynn. David Glynn is an accomplished painter and photographer. After attending art schools including the Rhode Island School of Design and San Francisco Art Institute, he moved to a large downtown loft in Los Angeles, where he pursued his painting, and also became part of a pioneering digital art group. Over the years he has made scores of paintings, digital prints, etchings and sketchbooks, with each piece fully documented. Many of his paintings are large-scale. His work is primarily figurative, and he has done portrait paintings for notable art world figures. With a keen interest in archival materials, David usually uses oil paints on linen over rabbit skin glue and oil-based gesso, the same methods and materials that the old masters used. His work is in the permanent collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and the collection of Gil Friesen, who was board president of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. He has received the attention of curators and critics. Howard N. Fox, Curator Emeritus of Contemporary Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art wrote: " ...What stands out about Mr. Glynn's art, in my view, is his willingness to engage in an eclectic and free-wheeling range of techniques to process images...."
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