“Quirky, peculiar, aggressive, skittish. I love these blue armored sand soldiers and can’t wait to paint another one.” – David Frederick Riley
All giclee prints are on canvas and include free shipping. Call (408) 314-2668 to place your order.
Size in Inches (tall x wide)/Framed Price:
45×60 – $2,295
40×50 – $1,700
36×48 – 1,470
32×40 – $1,190
30×40 – $1,100
28×36 – $1,010
24×32 – $770
24×30 – $720
18×24 – $430
16×20 – $415
15×20 – $390
Canvas prints use a unique coating that produces the highest quality image using UL Certified Greenguard Gold Inks. Canvas prints are stretched on proprietary profile radial pine produced from renewable forests.
Framing: High-quality, hand-crafted moulding which is sanded & finished without toxins or chipping using 100% real pine wood in a matte black, white or brown finish. Frames are ready to hang with pre-installed sawtooth hardware.
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Artist: David Frederick Riley
Title: Feelin’ Blue
Sizes: Available in 11 different sizes
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Free shipping. Call (408) 314-2668 to order.
If interested in an original or commission painting by David Frederick Riley, contact Kelly at (408) 314-2668.
David achieves his unique spotted technique by flicking mineral spirits onto the wet canvas.
David Frederick Riley is a gallery artist, portrait and wildlife painter, and illustrator. His painting is inspired by the universal narratives of the human condition, emotion and the similar elements that appear in Nature. David works primarily in oil, contrasting contemporary color fields and abstract space with traditional handling of the human form. He uses color harmonies to showcase emotion and the vibrancy of life. His work frequently illustrates themes of emotional and spiritual growth. David’s southwestern contemporary works are a unique approach to the wildlife and persons of the West: bison, longhorns, bears and iconic Native American figures. His palette is usually monochromatic, but the power of the imagery creates such an impression, that color is not missed. David achieves his unique spotted technique by flicking mineral spirits onto the wet canvas. David has a BFA and MFA in… Continue reading on artist page