David Grossmann | Through Earth and Sky

26 March - 14 April 2018 Scottsdale


David Grossmann, "Through Earth and Sky" | Altamira Scottsdale

Altamira Fine Art Scottsdale is pleased to present the first solo exhibition for David Grossmann at our Scottsdale gallery, following several successful group shows.  Over fifteen new paintings will be featured in the exhibition, sizes range from 6x8 to 30x50 inches. Subject matter includes his popular deer and aspen paintings, desert landscapes, and new subjects including horses and birds in flight.


"These paintings are expressions of the passing of time. They are quiet journeys through days and seasons, through earth and sky. Shadows on cliff walls, transitions of colors at dusk, phases of the moon, and the rush of sunrise all bring me back to what is fleeting and beautiful in life. I hope these paintings will be reminders of the wonder that each passing moment contains." -David Grossmann


Using a gentle, glowing palette, Grossmann paints abstracted visions of forests that are melodic in their focus on rhythm and symmetry. Sprawling swaths of landscape transform into flat, smooth planes, while scattered trees lend a profound sense of depth. These contrasting perspectives set the works slightly off-balance, sending the eye on an endless quest to consolidate them.


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Artist Biography 

David Grossmann was born in Fort Collins, Colorado, in 1984. He was raised in Chile, where his family lived until he was 14, before returning to Colorado. Grossmann later studied at The Colorado Academy of Art in Boulder.


David Grossmann is an award-winning artist whose  work has been exhibited nationally in top shows including the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale, Oil Painters of America Western Regional Exhibition, American Impressionist Society National Juried Show, Salon International, California Art Club Annual Gold Medal Exhibition and the Maynard Dixon Country Invitational.


Southwest Art Magazine featured Grossmann as one of their "Artists to Watch", and his work has been featured in national publications including Plein Air and American Art Collector magazines, and the 2015 book, Artists of the Grand Teton National Park. Most recently, Grossmann was the recipient of the prestigious Artists Choice Award in addition to the Southwest Art Award of Excellence at the 2016 Coors Western Art Show & Sale in Denver, CO.