David Alexander

About David Alexander

David Alexander

(b. 1947 Vancouver, BC) David studied at the Vancouver School of Art (1967-70), Langara College, in Vancouver (1971-72), Notre Dame University, in South Bend, Indiana, BC, B.F.A. (1975-1978) and at the University of Saskatchewan, M.F.A. (1985).  From 1982 to date, David has been a guest and a visiting artist at universities and public galleries throughout Canada, the US and Europe. His work has been exhibited extensively in these countries and can be found in numerous public, corporate and private collections. David Alexander has always relied on firsthand experience as a source of inspiration for his landscape paintings. His wilderness hikes have taken him into remote areas of the Rockies, along the rugged shores of Greenland and Baffin Island, into the deserts of New Mexico, and to Holland, Germany, Belgium and, in 2002, to Iceland where his work was exhibited and the Hafnarborg Institute of Fine Arts.

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