David generally paints the landscape that surrounds him. Some works reflect it’s history, others capture a short moment of light and mood, it’s a battle with form, colour and pattern that usually takes weeks to paint, even more so with recent work influenced by a trip to Rajasthan.
From A61 Leeds Harrogate Road turn into Weeton Lane , go through Dunkeswick, after about half a mile the studio is the first house on the left hand side at the junction of Green Lane. From the A658 come into Weeton and join Main Street continue out of the village into second half of Weeton Lane, the studio is at the top of the hill on the right hand side. See signs.
Parking and picnic area in the field at the back of the house. Disabled parking at the side of the lane by the house; see signs.
One step into studio, ramp provided and a wide double door.
In house on ground flour, easy access.
A look at this studio built out of straw bails by the artist. It is surrounded by extensive gardens and a large pond all set in the beautiful countryside of Lower Wharfedale. Down the path at the side of the house is Rougmont Carr Woods, the a site of a Medieval Fortress. All this is the inspiration for the art work in this exhibition. Also plenty of room in the field for a picnic.