Selected work of art at Novado Gallery
Visual Ark, Vermont College of Fine Art MFA in visual art blog
The VCFA MFA in Visual Art Program Blog
Alumnus David French @ Drawing Rooms NJ
April 2, 2017
Alumnus David French has his big beautiful paintings on view at Drawing Rooms, in New Jersey in an appropriately titled group exhibition.
BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL, 3/10/17 – 4/8/17, curated by Anne Trauben
The Woven Tale Press
The Arts and Literary Magazine The Woven Tale Press reviews David French's website.
Vermont College of Fine Arts Alumni Magazine 2016
David French was featured on the cover of "In Residence" Vermont College of Fine Arts Alumni Magazine 2016. He was also mentioned inside the magazine on page 39. for his solo exhibition at Overlook Medical Center, Summit, NJ. as a apart of their Healing Arts Program.
Bold and Beautiful
BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL, 3/10/17 - 4/8/17, curated by Anne Trauben, is our initial 2017 response to the current challenges we face in this country. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL is an exhibit featuring drawing, painting, sculpture and installation by Andra Samelson, Anne Trauben, Ben Pranger, Cecile Chong, David French, Jill Scipione, Kathy Cantwell, Patricia Fabricant and Thomas Lendvai, each artist in their own gallery room, who come together to be bold and beautiful in their work, ideas and outlook.
Artist Reception for BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL on Sunday, 3/12/17, 3-6p, is Free and includes wine and light snacks. Please join us to see this exciting show.
180 Grand St
Jersey City, NJ
Grove St. PATH
Fri 4 - 7p
Sat / Sun 12 - 6p — with Andra Samelson, Jill Scipione, David French, Kathy Cantwell, Thomas Lendvai, Anne Trauben, Ben Pranger, Cecile Chong and Patricia Fabricant at DRAWING ROOMS.
A Dark Wood
Exhibition at Curious Matter and Art House Production, Jersey City, NJ. 2016
A Dark Wood at The Noyes Museum of Stockton University
"A Dark Wood"
January 13 - April 23, 2017
Free Opening Reception: Second Friday, February 10, 6:00 - 8:00pm
"Midway this life we're bound upon,
I woke to find myself in a dark wood,
Where the right road was wholly lost and gone"
- Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy
A Dark Wood explores the theme of being lost in the darkness of our fears, doubts and negativity. Dante Alighieri, the 14th century Italian poet, began The Divine Comedy with a character who has lost his way in "a dark wood." It is a metaphor not only for a crisis of faith, but a crisis of humanity. He has lost his spiritual compass, even how to be with and treat people. His character must survey the punishments of Dante's taxonomy of evil before he is able to find a way to even a dim light of hope. There are many aspects of the dark wood and the artists presented in this exhibition interpret the richness of the concept through a range of media and methods.
A Dark Wood was originally presented by Art House Gallery and Curious Matter in Jersey City, NJ
Primarily Speaking Oyster Point Gallery
Exhibition announcement from Oyster Point Hotel Gallery website, with curators studio visit video.
Survivor's Paintings Part of Overlook's Healing Arts Program
Artists review of exhibition "Numerators" at the Overlook Medical Center, Summit NJ. September 6 - November 10, 2016.
Artist discusses Triad painting series for upcoming exhibition. 2016
A project that was produced for the Whitney Biannual 2017.