"David Dunlop: Landmarked" is a temporary exhibition featuring new works by contemporary American artist David Dunlop, in which he explores the crossroads between the natural and built environments. An opening reception will be held in conjunction with January Gallery Night MKE on
David Allen Dunlop is a contemporary American painter. His stylized work is characterized by its heavy use of phthalo blue, an intensely blue-green pigment, which he employs to form representational images of city architecture, nature scenes, and figures in motion.
Born in 1951, he went on to receive his BA from the College of Wooster in Ohio and an MFA from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Dunlop has since exhibited his works in numerous galleries in Connecticut, Florida, and Oregon, and has been collected by several major corporations such as Aetna Insurance, Citibank, Delta Airlines, and GE, among others. He lives and works in Connecticut.
David Dunlop is the host and writer of the 13-episode Emmy award-winning documentary series, "Landscapes Through Time."
An opening reception for David Dunlop will be held Friday, January 17th from 5-9pm in conjunction with Milwaukee's January Gallery Night MKE event.