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I occasionally give demonstrations to local art groups. Also during January and feb. of 2011, I hope to be working in the Butterfly Rooms in Saltaire, and would welcome visitors
None, but a nice comment in the Guardian.22.08.09.... Check out Sydney-trained, Saltaire inspired David Starley's oils.
David is a professional artist who first studied art at Sydney University whilst working in a steel foundry. After a subsequent career in archaeology, his working life is now centred on painting. He is based in Saltaire, West Yorkshire, an industrial village constructed by Titus Salt and now a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site.
David's characteristic work features oil paint thickly applied with a knife to produce a three-dimensional, almost sculpted, image. This adds great depth and produces a surface that responds subtly to the changing light in the display environment. The subjects of David’s paintings are mainly landscapes, often featuring native flora, historic buildings or archaeological features. Recent work includes woodland scenes tree portraits, in which individual trees, or parts of trees are the focus of the painting
Check out Sydney–trained, Saltaire-inspired David Starley’s oils. Guardian
I currently work from my studio at Dockfielld Road creative Arts Hub, Shipley, West Yorks and have stocks of my work on display thereand in my home att 75 Albert Rd, Saltaire, West Yorkshire BD184NS (many will kow the house from the regular Saltaire Art Trail) visitors for browsing and sales are welcome but do contact me in advance. Why not follow new developments on facebook: www.facebook.com/Starley.Art or visit my own website at http://www.davidstarleyartist.com/
Buildings, Flowers and Gardens, Landscape or Woodland Scene, Townscapes, Trees and Foliage, Waterways and Canals, Wild Flowers