Artist David T. Alexander
Title Veils Make Mountains Disappear
Media mixed media on paper
Size 20 x 16 in. / 50.8 x 40.6 cm.
Frame Size 28.75 x 24.75 x 1.5 in.
Estimate $600 - $800
signed and dated along bottom; titled on backing; framed with archival mat
private collection, British Columbia
David T. Alexander ~ [b.1947] Canadian RCA
David Alexander is a Canadian landscape artist. He attended Vancouver School of Art, Vancouver City College and Notre Dame University in Nelson, where he received his BFA in 1978. He also attended Emma Lake Artists’ Workshop from 1979 to 1984. In 1985, he received MFA from the University of Saskatchewan while researching in New York, London, Paris and Boston. He has mounted over 30 solo exhibitions across North America and his works can be found in numerous public and corporate collections around the world. He is represented by Wallace Galleries, Calgary, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver/Toronto an others.
see David Alexander - Expanding the Tradition, by G.Arnold, Mendel Art Gallery, 1985; David Alexander, Continental Drift, by D.Ring, Mendel Art Gallery, 1995; The Mendel Art Gallery - Twenty Five Years of Collection, by M.Teitelbaum, pg.61, Mendel Art Gallery; The Flat Side of the Landscape - The Emma Lake Artists' Workshop, by J.O'Brian, pg.90, Mendel Art Gallery; biography in Biographical Dict. Of Saskatchewan Artists - Men, by M.Newman, pg.2, Fifth House Pub., 1994; Art Collection of McMaster University, by K.Ness, pg.184; see Allgemeines Kunstler-Lexikon, Band 1, pg. 201, K.G. Saur Verlag Munchen-Leipzig, 1983-2009; the artist is represented by Wallace Galleries, Calgary, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver/Toronto and many others!