Simpson Gallagher Gallery

David Michael Slonim

David Michael Slonim

David Michael Slonim

 

David Slonim (b.1966) paints abstract landscapes drawing inspiration from a wide variety of masters, including de Kooning, Diebenkorn, Wyeth, and Cezanne. Slonim's work explores color, spacial, and textural relationships in the belief that interpretation is more intriguing than description; suggestion is more compelling than explanation; dialogue is more rewarding than monologue.

Slonim’s fine art career began with a sold-out show in 1998 at Overland Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ. His work has been selected for the Coors Western Art Exhibit, Great American Artists, The C.M.Russell Auction, The Western Rendezvous of Art, the Western Miniatures Show at the C.M. Russell Museum, and the Rising Stars exhibit at the Desert Caballeros Western Museum.

Solo exhibitions at regional museums include the Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, IN, Minnetrista Cultural Center, Muncie, IN, and Anderson Center for the Arts, Anderson, IN. Slonim’s paintings hang in corporate, museum and private collections nationally. His work has been featured in Southwest Art, Western Art & Architecture, Big Sky Journal, USArt, Plein Air Magazine, and Indianpolis Monthly.

 



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