David Grossmann

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February Float, 6x8 inches, oil on linen panel (1).jpg

2 Ducks on

Winter Pond

oil on panel

6 x 8 inches

$1,250

Full Moon Through Winter Trees, 20x34 inches, oil on linen panel, medium.jpg

Full Moon through

Winter Trees

oil on linen 

20 x 34 inches

$7,800

Pond in October, 6x8 inches, oil on panel.jpg

Pond in October

oil on panel

6 x 8 inches

$1,250

Vibrant Cottonwood Beside Colorado River, 7x12 inches, oil on linen panel, medium.jpg

Vibrant Cottonwood,

Colorado River

oil on linen

7 x 12 inches

$1,950

Late October by the Colorado River, 10x8 inches, oil on linen panel, medium.jpg

Late October on the 

Colorado River

oil on linen

10 x 8 inches

$1,950

Mesa Top Summer Pine Trees, 8x10 inches, oil on linen panel, medium.jpg

Mesa Top Summer

Pine Trees

oil on linen

8 x 10 inches

$1,950

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About David Grossman

David Grossmann’s evocative landscapes blur the edges between reality, memory, and imagination. Grossmann was born in Colorado but grew up in Chile, and his adventures as an artist have taken him to many parts of the world. He now lives in Colorado again, where he and his wife, Kristy, find endless inspiration in the surrounding landscape.

 

Merging techniques from centuries ago with a contemporary aesthetic, Grossmann’s work bridges the gap between old and new, tradition and abstraction. He works on hand-made panels which become the base for luminous layers of pigment and intricate surface textures that he meticulously develops in his studio paintings. It is a time-consuming, meditative process that Grossmann balances with his frequent treks outdoors to paint directly and spontaneously from nature.

Grossmann’s work has received wide recognition from critics and collectors through exhibits across the United States and in Europe. His many awards include the Artists Choice Award and the Southwest Art Award of Excellence at the Coors Art Show. Grossmann’s work has been featured in numerous publications including Artists and Illustrators, American Art Collector, Plein Air Magazine, Southwest Art, and the Royal Academy Magazine.