Author Archives: davidvangough
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“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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Pacific specific

With the OMA-Momento Mori show opening in less than a week, here’s another nice little article that someone drew my attention to in Pacific Magazine. Please follow and like us:

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Our Father-excerpt from Dead/Ends

Further to it’s recent release, here is another exclusive excerpt from my book-of Dead/Ends: Please follow and like us:

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Tentative.

Tentative. That’s how I’ve been feeling for sometime now. It may have began to percolate months ago, but probably manifested when I went to pay my respects to Jen Trute. Please follow and like us:

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Momento Mori show at Oceanside Museum of Art

I was forwarded this the other day. It’s the flier for the Momento Mori show at the Oceanside Museum of Art. Please follow and like us:

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Momento More

Now that the book is out, and we are two weeks into the release, I can report with a resonant sigh of relief that sales of the first edition have been steady, and nobody has demanded their money back-yet. Please follow and like us:

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Dead Ends by David Gough

Here it finally is-A project literally three years in the making-Dead/Ends…as it were. Please follow and like us:

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Jen Trute-1960/2011

Whilst I am sad to admit that I never met Jen Trute in person, I knew her art. Please follow and like us:

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