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     David Diaz    

Pickering Creek, oil 8x16 $900
Off Trippe Creek, oil 12x12 $1250
The crossing, oil 24x36 $3600
Evening Falls, oil 9x12 $1050
approaching Storm, oil 6x12 $800
The Red Parasol, oil 20x24 $2400
Sang Run Road, oil 14x18 $1600
Clean Up Crew, oil 12x30 $1800
Waiting for Spring, oil 12x12 $1200
#15, oil 12x12 $1200
Beyond the Meadow, oil 14x18 $1600

 David is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters Association (MAPAPA) with a focus on regional and international subjects. He actively participates in juried plein air painting events througout the Mid-Atlantic area and Ireland and served as President of MAPAPA for two years. He is also active with the Maryland Federation of Art, serving as President & Co-Chair of the Exhibition Committee for the 50th Anniversary celebrations. David is the 2014 winner of the Visual Arts Award, the top award presented to artists in Anne Arundel County.

David is included in the historic book by Gary Pendleton “100 Plein Air Painters of the Mid-Atlantic” published by Schiffer in 2014. He competes and has won awards in a number of plein air painting competitions including Paint Annapolis, Mountain Plein Air, Easels of Frederick and Paint Easton.


“Even as a young student I was fascinated with trying to show depth and form with just a pencil. As color was added it became even more of a challenge. Academic study in college shifted my interest somewhat away from the old masters to the Impressionists and their color choices, particularly Renoir, Degas, the earlier Monets, Sisley, Morisot, and the exactness of Caillebotte.”
“I also retain a strong affinity for Vermeer and his play of shadow and light, which I try to capture on my canvases. And I think, to this end, you get the brightest light by painting outside in the open air.”
“In all of this I find it difficult to label my work as one style or period. I think a more realistic approach for a practicing, evolving, painter is to let the work speak for itself on whatever level, or to whatever emotion the viewer is attracted...”

Diaz was winner of the Quick Draw at Plein Air Easton 2022

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