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Seascape Art by David EUSTACE

Captain Cats Last Voyage
David EUSTACE - Captain Cats Last Voyage

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Artist: David EUSTACE

Born in Birmingham in 1950, David Eustace was encouraged by his school art teacher to follow an artistic career but financial constraints forced him to take up a carpentry apprenticeship. It was only some years later, when he was twenty-one, that he was able to return to education. He completed a Foundation course at Sutton Coldfield Art College, followed by a degree course in Fine Art at Exeter College of Art. David later went on to Leicester Polytechnic in 1976 and trained as a teacher.

After graduating, David spent six years in the USA working as a muralist. Since returning to the UK in 1986 David has earned his living as a painter and musician - for 25 years he was the drummer in the blues band 'Junkyard Angels'. He now plays in a jazz quartet called 'Shufflebones'.

David plays with the viewers of his figurative painting, using images that hover between conscious and subconscious states. Eustace produces a mixture of wit and mysticism. In his view, painting is like music. Often the artist or composer intends to form a beginning, middle and an end but finds himself drawn off in a slightly different direction to make his creation look or sound right. It is, he says, a philosophical experience, which is easier felt than telt

David Eustace says - It was only when I stopped working from life that my paintings became my own.For me imagination is the touch stone to explore an inner world of feelings and dreamsť

Over the years David has developed a number of themes which he gravitates towards in a fairly random fashion. Eustace finds if he stays with one theme too long his interest wanes.

David Eustace observes the everyday world around him but presents it with an individual style and viewpoint. Subjects are sometimes dislocated from their surroundings or hover lending an air of mystery. There is a three-dimensional dream-like quality to his contemporary art. Painting with acrylic on board David overlays this with a light oil glaze to enhance depth and colours.

David Eustace was awarded membership of the Royal Society of British Artists in 2003 and in the same year was the winner of the RBA David Wolfers Memorial Prize.

In addition to Red Rag British Art Gallery David Eustace art work has been exhibited at other leading British Art Galleries. Each painting at Red Rag is sourced from the David Eustace artist studio and like all Red Rag British art and Contemporary art it can be shipped worldwide.

This is the Seascape art page from Red Rag British Art Gallery featuring the best in contemporary British art. Throughout the year Red Rag features British art from artists who specialise in creating fine Seascape paintings. Today is no exception you will find Red Rag British Art Gallery has an extensive collection of Seascape art and paintings by leading contemporary artists.

Human beings have always had an intimate relationship with the water. Given the amount of the earth’s surface which is covered in water and the often unpredictable and life-changing nature of the sea, it is little wonder that seascapes have been such a popular subject for so long and no surprise that seascape paintings have an important place in the history of art.

Seascape paintings have a long history in both the Eastern and Western worlds.The walls of homes have been adorned with seascape paintings since the art of the secular painting first began to overtake religious works in numbers and importance.

As a country with an extensive coastline, paintings of seascapes have always had a special attraction to British artists. All the seascape paintings at Red Rag showcase the talent of British painters and their ability to depict changing light on water and rapidly altering climatic conditions. Many of the British artists who have painted these seascape paintings are also talented landscape painters, or worked in other genres as well as seascapes, such as still life or portraiture.

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