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There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks. Most of the time we are simply not patient enough, quiet enough, to pay attention to the story. Lisa Hogan
While specialising in African wildlife, David seems to devour any subject matter put in front of him. It is not the end product that most inspires him, but the journey taken to unveil the world’s beautiful creatures. Hair by hair, a creature is almost carved from the paper and with his attention to the smallest detail, an old battle scar or a blemish on the skin seems to tell a story unique to each piece.
"The most difficult part of a drawing are the eyes, when you get those right, the rest of the piece falls into place." There is an almost-human quality in the gaze of his animals, where no matter the subject, is always dramatic.