David Dodsworth is a well established artist. The most common question he is asked is; “what kind of thing do you do”? The answer is always a different, generally reflecting the most recent works that he has been involved with.
In previous work he has looked closely at the imagery of prehistory, and calligraphy in many different language systems, using paint and print.
A commission for a series of glass bowls and sculptures being made in Los Angeles took his work in a totally new direction.
David Dodsworth has a wide range of interests and many of the pieces are derived from nature, architecture, and geometric composition. However, some things; his love of music, and its resonance for instance, is best expressed abstractly.
His approach is best described as eclectic (n) one who uses a method or approach that is composed of elements drawn from various sources or (in art) selecting what seems best from various styles, doctrines, ideas, methods, etc.
At the moment he is looking at the way that technology and digitisation can be used to obscure, reveal, or degenerate a figurative image, combined with layers of consciousness.Current Artworks
Many Solo Exhibitions most notably in:
- South Africa
- Elton John
- Deutsche Bank
- Nomura, Japan
- JP Morgan
- Glass – Sculptural Bowls
- Paintings on Canvas
- Paintings on Panels
- Paintings on Paper
- Prints – Artist Limited Editions
At the moment I am looking at the way that technology and digitisation can be used to obscure reveal or degenerate a figurative image combined with layers of consciousness.