Award-winning artist David Castle creates works of art inspiredby the variety of mountain and urban terrain found in Colorado and throughout his extensive travels in North America and Europe. All of David’s work is to some degree abstract, and he creates from his exposure to the colors and shapes of these very different places. Whether a “14er” mountaintop in Colorado, the rugged Oregon coast or tiny ancient towns nestled in the hills of Belgium, these images are what inspire David’s art.
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- Save Me From Destruction: “Fossils No. 2″ April 30, 2014For the last several months I’ve become increasingly uncomfortable with this Fossils painting still hanging around my studio. So, I’ve decided that I will schedule this painting for destruction-by-saw on May 15th, 2014 UNLESS someone saves it first by naming your best price. I know that was a rather abrupt announcement, so let me briefly […]
- Save Me From Destruction: “Fossils No. 2″ April 30, 2014
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