It's been a long busy winter, we're now heading into spring 2015. Please take a look at my portfolio but keep in mind that all works are original. If you happen to like the style of a particular piece, you are welcome to contact me and we can work out any details. I will be working hard to restock galleries soon with my new works. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me by email and I will get back to you shortly. Hope you have a fantastic spring.
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David is a graduate of the Institute of American Indian Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico. He has won many awards for his imaginative clay masks and sculptures. His work is strong and powerful, full of depth and definition. David hand-builds each mask and figure, and paints them using variations of native designs of antiquity and ideas developed from stories and images of his own life. He decorates his masks with artifacts, as well as stones, driftwood, bones and shells he's collected along Alaskan rivers and beaches. Even rusted metal washed ashore becomes part of his work. Each piece is unique, a free-flowing creation of stunning beauty and individuality.
"I enjoy all aspects of my art", David says. "From the hand building with the clay, to exploring beaches for embellishments, to taking photos of the finished piece. Beginning to end, it's all about discovery. I find the entire process to be very exhilarating and gratifying."