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Gallery 1261
Denver
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A love of the outdoors has also been a life-long companion for David Grossmann. He lived in Chile until he was fourteen, with the towering Andes, vast ocean, barren deserts, and fertile valleys shaping his deep appreciation for nature. When he left Chile and moved to Colorado, the majesty of the Rocky Mountains brought a touch of familiarity through the time of transition and culture shock. Grossmann soon discovered plein air painting at a classically-based art academy in Boulder. He responded immediately to the challenges of this new method and how it fit perfectly with his love for the outdoors. Grossmann’s dedication to landscape painting kept growing, leading him to study with renowned artist Jay Moore.
Since then, Grossmann’s work has been included in many exhibitions, including national shows sponsored by Oil Painters of America, The American Impressionist Society, and Salon International. Southwest Art Magazine featured him as one of their “Artists to Watch,” and David’s work has also been included in Plein Air Magazine and American Art Collector Magazine. In her description of his work, acclaimed artist Nancy Guzik said that he “goes beyond his paint by bringing a sensitivity that appears to be magic.”
Grossmann continues to find inspiration from all over Colorado, the western United States, and wherever else his travels may take him. His adventures have spread from Patagonia, Eastern Europe, Africa, and Central America. No matter what location inspires his work, Grossmann’s paintings are noted for their understated sense of tranquility: “I like to think of my paintings as prayers and as visual poems. They are simplified rhythms of color, light, and shape. On the surface they are quiet whispers, but I hope that they convey a depth of emotion to anyone who takes the time to stop and listen.”

Selected exhibitions
2020
David Grossmann: TransitionsJonathan Cooper
2019
Inward: David Grossmann Solo ExhibitionGallery 1261
2018
David Grossmann: HavenJonathan Cooper
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October Flights, 2019

Oil on board
24 × 18 in
61 × 45.7 cm
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Location
Denver
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Gallery 1261
Denver
Medium
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Frame
Included

A love of the outdoors has also been a life-long companion for David Grossmann. He lived in Chile until he was fourteen, with the towering Andes, vast ocean, barren deserts, and fertile valleys shaping his deep appreciation for nature. When he left Chile and moved to Colorado, the majesty of the Rocky Mountains brought a touch of familiarity through the time of transition and culture shock. Grossmann soon discovered plein air painting at a classically-based art academy in Boulder. He responded immediately to the challenges of this new method and how it fit perfectly with his love for the outdoors. Grossmann’s dedication to landscape painting kept growing, leading him to study with renowned artist Jay Moore.
Since then, Grossmann’s work has been included in many exhibitions, including national shows sponsored by Oil Painters of America, The American Impressionist Society, and Salon International. Southwest Art Magazine featured him as one of their “Artists to Watch,” and David’s work has also been included in Plein Air Magazine and American Art Collector Magazine. In her description of his work, acclaimed artist Nancy Guzik said that he “goes beyond his paint by bringing a sensitivity that appears to be magic.”
Grossmann continues to find inspiration from all over Colorado, the western United States, and wherever else his travels may take him. His adventures have spread from Patagonia, Eastern Europe, Africa, and Central America. No matter what location inspires his work, Grossmann’s paintings are noted for their understated sense of tranquility: “I like to think of my paintings as prayers and as visual poems. They are simplified rhythms of color, light, and shape. On the surface they are quiet whispers, but I hope that they convey a depth of emotion to anyone who takes the time to stop and listen.”

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