David Brush is a painter and sculptor based in Spain whose works have been feauted in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationally. Through free form action painting, he conveys his inner world of emotions and expresses his individuality. Inspired by the works of Jackson Pollock, Karel Apple, and Kazuo Shiraga, Brush’s favors large brush strokes, drip effects, and paint spills on canvas.
Davis Brush began in the art world through the inspiration of his daughter. His work has a great influence of artists such as Jackson Pollock (1912-1956), Karel Appel (1921-2006) and Willem de Kooning (1904 – 1997). He opened his first solo exhibition “Feria de Colores”, in April 2018 in Boadilla del Monte, Madrid, which was followed by numerous exhibitions. Example of this is the Solo Exhibition in Cielo de Urrechu (pozuelo de Alarcón) in September 2019. Group Exhibition at the Santana Art gallery in which he exhibited his pieces alongside works by artists such as Francisco de Goya, Joaquín Sorolla, Wifredo Lam, Pedro Sandoval, Palomo linares, Juan de Arevalos, Juan Genovés among others. He has also participated in La casa de la Cultura de Ugena (Toledo) in December 2019. It highlights in turn two solo exhibitions held in Ópera gallery (Barcelona) and in Ceart Tomás y Valiente 2020-2021. In 2019 he was awarded the Revelation Award, given by the Pro Art and Culture Group, Mayte Spínola. Today his work can be seen in both national and international collections, highlighting countries such as Italy, Belgium, Holland and France among others.