David T. Alexander
RECENT EXHIBITION: Landscape Considerations and Imagined Dialogues
David T. Alexander is an established, award-winning Canadian painter best known for his landscapes and water reflection imagery.
Alexander studied at the Vancouver Art School and at Langara College before graduating with a BFA from Notre Dame University. In 1980, he moved to Saskatoon, SK to obtain his Master's degree while researching in New York, London, and Paris. In 2006, Alexander was a special guest artist-in-residence at the Morris Graves Foundation in California. Alexander was inducted to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2018. He continues to live and work out of his studio in Lake Country, BC.
Alexander's signature landscapes (dry series) and waterscapes (wet series) represent his significant fifty-year history in painting and drawing with a bold palette and gestural application. Alexander's work can be found in many prominent public, private and corporate collections throughout the world, including the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Museum of London, the University of Toronto, Concordia University in Montreal, the Museum of Art in Iceland, HBC Global Art Collection in New York, and in Embassies in Berlin, Beijing and Krakow. Corporate and private collections include those in major Canadian cities as well as in Dubai, Seoul, New York, Mumbai and Nice, among others.