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David Vickery is an exceptional artist who has painted from his Cushing, Maine studio since 1991.
David states: "[m]y work is about the merger of nature and culture – an attempt to make sense of our place in the world. I look at interior spaces and our imprint on the landscape with an eye for the imperfect, quirky, and sometimes elegant adaptations we’ve made in order to live here."
His work has been exhibited widely including at the Farnsworth Art Museum and the Center for Maine Contemporary Art. Vickery was awarded a Carina House artist residency on Monhegan Island in 1993.
Vickery is known for his precise realism. If you enjoy his work, you might also like paintings by Joel Babb, Tom Crotty and Michael Zigmond.
June Fog, Monhegan
30 x 48 in. Oil on canvas signed "D Vickery 09" l.r. Exhibited Penobscot Marine Museum Provenance Private collection Price on request
Shoreline Drift II
11.25 x 17.75 in. Oil on panel signed "D Vickery 16" l.l. Provenance the artist a No. Carolina collector Price on request
18 x 13 in. Oil on panel signed "D Vickery 14" l.r. Provenance Private collection Price on request
Red House IV
15 x 11 in. Oil on panel signed "D Vickery 17" l.l. Provenance Private collection Price on request
19.5 x 15 in. Oil on panel signed "D Vickery 11" l.r. Illustrated Gettysburg Review (cover) 2014 Provenance Private collection Price on request
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