Author Archives: davidvangough
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Arise

Despite best efforts, Rise cannot rise to the occasion until it dries. I think it’s the new organic turps I’ve been using, it’s like a drying retardant, which would be fine except the snails pace makes it feel like it’s still 2011. Please follow and like us:

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There’s no angels

Each Solstice, I try to make a concession-or antidote- to the sentiments of the season, and create limited edition cards for my friends. This year being no exception, here is a drawing entitled ‘There’s no angels’ that shall be gracing mantles across the country. Please follow and like us:

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Artistic Endeavour

I realize it may sound a little like a fortune cookie, but Art-like life-is an endless endeavor. Often, it means persevering whilst trying to ignore the ever diminishing voices. Please follow and like us:

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Death and the Maiden drawing by David Van Gough

Death and the Maiden 9″ x 9″ Felt tip pen on paper Please follow and like us:

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The difference between oil and water

For me, a painting never really comes to life until I paint it in oils-it doesn’t fight with me in quite the same way that acrylics do. Please follow and like us:

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Legacy-an artist’s general truth

“Legacy-an artist’s general truth” 48″ x 24″ Oil on Canvas Please follow and like us:

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Emma Goughs Competition series

My daughter-Emma is in her final year at University, and recently began a series which I feel is her best work to date. Please follow and like us:

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Kerouac

“Jack” 12″ x 12″ Acrylic on canvas Please follow and like us:

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Art After Death-Momento Mori-Oceanside Museum

Last night could have awakened the dead. Or at least rattled a few bones. Please follow and like us:

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Article in City Beat with David Van Gough

“Gough’s oil paintings are beautifully done narratives often dealing with the cruel inevitability of mortality…” Please follow and like us:

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Momento Mori-Oceanside Museum of Art-Featuring David Van Gough

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Depiction of Depict

Dropped by the OMA today to pick up some flyers and a copy of Depict magazine. Great full page of The Valley. Please follow and like us:

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