Few noticed local artist, David Jones, as he worked away capturing the mood of the final rehearsal for the ODA’s March concert at St George’s Hall, Liverpool.
David Jones is a local artist living in Bromborough, Wirral. He works in a number of mediums and his pieces take inspiration from varied subjects, reflecting a sciences background and an interest in architecture. A keen (but slightly lapsed) interest in hillwalking and the local area provides starting points for landscapes and nature in watercolour.
He also enjoys working rapidly in pen, wash and even biro for cartoon-like and spontaneous pieces. Enjoying working to produce pieces with fine details, he also works in acrylic, gouache and graphite, to produce intricate marine (ships and ocean liners) and motor sport pieces. Much of his current work involves urban and industrial landscapes, interpreting them in tonal washes of neutral tint.
David works with recycled materials to produce three-dimensional model-like pieces, which have been exhibited as part of the Wirral Dejunk exhibition. These take inspiration from architecture, industry, decay and his own renovation works.