Realist/Impressionist oil painter David Farmer lives in Danville. Education includes art schools in Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio, and a BA in English.
“Painting, for me, is the use of color as an emotional language in the creation of a work reflective of the energy of nature. It’s a quest, an appetite never satisfied. Always revealing more to be discovered.”
Farmer began exhibiting professionally in l993, participating in numerous juried and solo exhibits. His work has received several awards and is in many private and corporate collections as well as being represented in commercial galleries in Kentucky and elsewhere.
Farmer’s work can be seen at Fayette Gallery, Lexington, KY and Maple Tree Gallery in Danville, KY.
|David R. Farmer
Community Arts Center