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Welcome to the website of David Kilpatrick

On this site you will find works of Art created by me. I paint in acrylics and pastel on suede mat. I have been painting since 1986. I am also an occasional carver of soapstone. I am married with two children. I tend to paint character studies of subjects in which I strive to create compositions, whether they be human or animal that convey a particular emotion or an identifiable character trait of the subject. Since 2014 I have started to paint subjects with a metaphysical theme or spiritual nature to them. These often deal with themes of enlightenment and relate the metaphorical language of light, in the colour and composition. I first create my compositions in Photoshop, using various photo references to create the composition of an idea I have in my minds eye. My style is mainly realistic with a touch of abstraction, particularly in the background, or with a hint of fantasy as all is connected on a multidimensional level of consciousness. My main emphasis while painting is to create a subtle transition between the color tones, often adjusting or adding a temperature change in the small area of transition. This aspect of transitional change, I feel, allows my paintings to have a vivid glow and uniqueness to them. I hope you enjoy viewing the artwork as much as I did creating it. Thank you for showing an interest in this site. Wishing you light, love and truth on your journey.

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 On display at Abbotsford Art Gallery_ 33286 South Fraser Way_ Aurora and Krysta



Emerging Into the Light of Rainbow Rain. _ 1/21_acrylic on canvas. See description under Recent Work.

Morning Flight_acrylic/canvas_36x36_12/20. I was inspired to paint this painting from a picture I took this past summer at Sargeants Bay in Sechelt.The rocky outcrop is from this beautiful location. I now live in Sechelt and I am passed every morning by several eagles as they patrol the shoreline in search of a meal.

Questions or Purchases

If you are interested in purchasing artwork, or have any questions, you can contact me at the address below. If interested you will be required to provide me with  1) a photo copy of a government issued photo iD.   2) A recent copy of a utility bill with your name and address and the utility company's name clearly legible.   3)  payment is by certified check , ONLY, and must be from a bank within your place of residence.  4) a photo copy of your signature and your name printed clearly underneath. 5) I will take care of shipping costs and I accept checks in the amount agreed to.  Unfortunately these measures are necessary as Fine Artists seem to be a favorite target of SCAM Artists. Since I cannot tell the difference between the honest and dishonest via email. The only acceptions to the above conditions are, if you reside inthe lower mainland of B.C.with an address I can confirm, or,  I know you personally.  Thank You for your understanding of these nesecary measures.

I have recently offered a 20% discount on available or recent, original artwork that I have in stock, or new commission. This offer is part of a Boston Pizza advertisement. If you are inquiring about the offer you must indicate the BP outlet where you saw the offer. My pricing structure is based on the size of the unframed image. Framing costs are added to the image size. I do not mark up framing costs, you get it for the cost I paid. As a general rule a painting of 30x40 would be about $1,800. 24x30=$1,500, 24x36= $1,500, 18x24=$1,200 for acrylic or soft pastel (plus framing for pastel) pencil or charcoal typically around $300- $400.

If you interested in the art of the two other artists that are collaborating on the Boston Pizza advertisement their web sites are;