Medium: Linocut print – ink on paper.
Dimensions: Image 15cm (height), 15cm (width). Paper size 35cm (height), 25cm (width)
Notes: The border around the image allows for framing and matting (if desired), or it can be trimmed. This linocut created by David has been kindly and generously printed on quality paper by Bridget Hillebrand of the Silk Linocut Print Room. The print has been signed by the artist beneath the print image, in pencil, as per convention. If further photos or information is required, please contact us.
Determination and grit are two traits David Parkinson has in spades.
You wouldn’t know it by looking at his work, but he didn’t even start practicing art until he was 40.
David further developed his unique style after the course, with his key influences being graffiti, street art, tattooing and comics. He first exhibited his work in a Melbourne gallery in 2009.
As a result of a traffic accident, David today lives in constant pain.
David currently receives a disability support pension.
To read more about David, go here.