David Buckley Good enjoys a growing reputation as both a fine artist and dynamic teacher of painting and drawing. His work is represented in private and public collections in the United States and Europe.

     Born in Ohio in 1952 David is a graduate of Bowling Green State University(1975) and the Schuler School of Fine Arts (1998). In 1977 David received a grant from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation to study at the Art Student`s League of New York . David currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland where he teaches painting and drawing at the Schuler School of Fine Art and the Mitchell School of Fine Arts. He runs yearly workshops and is sought after as a painting demonstrator and speaker.

     David began his career as a surrealist painter and gradually moved into the realm of traditional realism. His subjects currently range from European and American architectural landscapes to still life and the figure. In October 2001, Les Amis de la Grande Vigne invited David to paint in the medieval city of Dinan, France, as the city`s artist in residence. His time in Dinan was the subject of a feature article titled "The Road to Dinan" in American Artist Magazine (March 2003).

     David was also featured in an American Artist Magazine article titled Baltimore Realists (June 1998) and the premiere Issue of American Artist Workshop Magazine (Winter 2005). His work has been exhibited in the Salon International (Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio, Texas) as well as Oil Painter`s of America national and regional exhibitions. He received the Liquitex Award at the 1999 Oil Painters of America National Exhibition (Scottsdale, Arizona). He is a member of the Charcoal Club of Baltimore and Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painter`s Association (MAPAPA).

     David is represented by a number of fine art galleries whose links are listed below:

Schuler School of Fine Arts, Baltimore, Maryland

Troika Gallery, Easton, Maryland

la Petite Gallery, Annapolis, Maryland


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