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  • Inspired by Australian wild flowers, David’s Flower series has become a loving evolution over many years. As he freely experiments with colour and new methods of application, his flower images have taken on ever-evolving textures. David experiments with a wide variety of painting implements, like large broad paint brushes, paint tubes drilled with holes, pallet knives and house hold scrubbing brushes. These paintings are not your typical still-lives either; being thickly laden with paint that seems to struggle to hold itself to the canvas, allows his images to create a sense of energy and movement that’s almost hypnotic, yet, at the same time, gives the viewer a sense of tranquilly and stimulation. Located at the Brisbane studio (Underwood).  Please call (07) 3186 8334 to make a time for a private viewing Image Size: 14 x 11.5cm (5.5 x 4.5″) Medium: Oil Finish: Beautifully framed in one of David Hart’s designer frames. Silver moulding and black slip. FREE SHIPPING – AUSTRALIA WIDE For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334 *If you don’t love it, return it and receive a full refund! Should you proceed with the purchase of this artwork, once it has been delivered you have 48 hours to let us know if you would like to return it for a full refund (*the return will be at the expense of the purchaser and to be returned in the same condition as delivered and sent by the same courier as it was originally sent with).
  • Inspired by Australian wild flowers, David’s Flower series has become a loving evolution over many years. As he freely experiments with colour and new methods of application, his flower images have taken on ever-evolving textures. David experiments with a wide variety of painting implements, like large broad paint brushes, paint tubes drilled with holes, pallet knives and house hold scrubbing brushes. These paintings are not your typical still-lives either; being thickly laden with paint that seems to struggle to hold itself to the canvas, allows his images to create a sense of energy and movement that’s almost hypnotic, yet, at the same time, gives the viewer a sense of tranquilly and stimulation. THIS ARTWORK IS ON DISPLAY IN THE LOBBY OF THE HILTON HOTEL, SURFERS PARADISE Image Size: 75 x 75cm (30 x 30″) Medium: Acrylic Finish: Beautifully framed in David Hart designer frame – Black and Silver FREE SHIPPING – AUSTRALIA WIDE For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334 *If you don’t love it, return it and receive a full refund! Should you proceed with the purchase of this artwork, once it has been delivered you have 48 hours to let us know if you would like to return it for a full refund (*the return will be at the expense of the purchaser and to be returned in the same condition as delivered and sent by the same courier as it was originally sent with).
  • David finds painting beach scenes and seascapes to be among his most enjoyable and relaxing forms of expression. Living and working alongside some of Australia’s most famous beaches, has been a driving force behind his inspiration. His images of Australian beach life are portrayed in a very impressionistic style. Beginning with a hand sketch onto canvas, he then completes his scene in acrylic paint. After setting the work aside to dry for a day or two, he then begins to paint layer upon layer of luxurious oil colours, lavishly and thickly applied by pallet knife, while at the same time, allowing areas of the original under work to show through. Each image seeks to draw the viewer’s attention to an expansive depth; random knife strokes, scratches and seeming insignificant blobs of paint suddenly become objects and people who appear to be engaged in all manner of activities. David’s beach scenes are both romantic and realistic observations of life at the beach. Located at the Brisbane studio (Underwood).  Please call (07) 3186 8334 to make a time for a private viewing Image Size: 42 x 30cm (16.8 x 12″) Medium: Oils on Canvas Finish: Beautifully framed in one of David Hart’s designer frames - Silver & Black FREE SHIPPING – AUSTRALIA WIDE For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334 *If you don’t love it, return it and receive a full refund! Should you proceed with the purchase of this artwork, once it has been delivered you have 48 hours to let us know if you would like to return it for a full refund (*the return will be at the expense of the purchaser and to be returned in the same condition as delivered and sent by the same courier as it was originally sent with).
  • Inspired by Australian wild flowers, David’s Flower series has become a loving evolution over many years. As he freely experiments with colour and new methods of application, his flower images have taken on ever-evolving textures. David experiments with a wide variety of painting implements, like large broad paint brushes, paint tubes drilled with holes, pallet knives and house hold scrubbing brushes. These paintings are not your typical still-lives either; being thickly laden with paint that seems to struggle to hold itself to the canvas, allows his images to create a sense of energy and movement that’s almost hypnotic, yet, at the same time, gives the viewer a sense of tranquilly and stimulation. Image Size: 25 x 20cm (9.8 x 8″) Medium: Oils on Paper Finish: Beautifully framed in a David Hart designer frame – Silver moulding with a black double matt and framed under glass FREE SHIPPING – AUSTRALIA WIDE For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334 *If you don’t love it, return it and receive a full refund! Should you proceed with the purchase of this artwork, once it has been delivered you have 48 hours to let us know if you would like to return it for a full refund (*the return will be at the expense of the purchaser and to be returned in the same condition as delivered and sent by the same courier as it was originally sent with).
  • Inspired by Australian wild flowers, David’s Flower series has become a loving evolution over many years. As he freely experiments with colour and new methods of application, his flower images have taken on ever-evolving textures. David experiments with a wide variety of painting implements, like large broad paint brushes, paint tubes drilled with holes, pallet knives and house hold scrubbing brushes. These paintings are not your typical still-lives either; being thickly laden with paint that seems to struggle to hold itself to the canvas, allows his images to create a sense of energy and movement that’s almost hypnotic, yet, at the same time, gives the viewer a sense of tranquilly and stimulation. THIS ARTWORK IS ON DISPLAY IN THE LOBBY OF THE HILTON HOTEL, SURFERS PARADISE Image Size: 100 x 75cm (40 x 30″) Medium: Acrylic Finish: Beautifully framed in David Hart designer frame – Black and Silver FREE SHIPPING – AUSTRALIA WIDE For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334 *If you don’t love it, return it and receive a full refund! Should you proceed with the purchase of this artwork, once it has been delivered you have 48 hours to let us know if you would like to return it for a full refund (*the return will be at the expense of the purchaser and to be returned in the same condition as delivered and sent by the same courier as it was originally sent with).
  • David finds painting beach scenes and seascapes to be among his most enjoyable and relaxing forms of expression. Living and working alongside some of Australia’s most famous beaches, has been a driving force behind his inspiration. His images of Australian beach life are portrayed in a very impressionistic style. Beginning with a hand sketch onto canvas, he then completes his scene in acrylic paint. After setting the work aside to dry for a day or two, he then begins to paint layer upon layer of luxurious oil colours, lavishly and thickly applied by pallet knife, while at the same time, allowing areas of the original under work to show through. Each image seeks to draw the viewer’s attention to an expansive depth; random knife strokes, scratches and seeming insignificant blobs of paint suddenly become objects and people who appear to be engaged in all manner of activities. David’s beach scenes are both romantic and realistic observations of life at the beach. Image Size: 45 x 60cm (18 x 24″) Medium: Oil on Canvas Finish: Beautifully framed in a David Hart designer frame – Black and Silver FREE SHIPPING – AUSTRALIA WIDE For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334 *If you don’t love it, return it and receive a full refund! Should you proceed with the purchase of this artwork, once it has been delivered you have 48 hours to let us know if you would like to return it for a full refund (*the return will be at the expense of the purchaser and to be returned in the same condition as delivered and sent by the same courier as it was originally sent with).
  • In nearly all of the styles and subjects that David paints, there are subtle elements of his father’s (Pro Hart) secret techniques. David has been left with an incredible responsibility to his heritage, and he feels that it’s up to him now to keep these styles alive. More than that, he sees his challenge is to take his father’s secret techniques to new heights and to push through the boundaries of experimentation and growth as he adapts and integrates them into his own style. David’s Dragonfly and Ants series are quite different to the images painted by his father. David has introduced mixed mediums to his work, and uses acrylic bases as the background to create a shiny, slippery finish. He then builds the insects using layers of glazing, which are then rubbed away then re applied; this allows the image to emerge like light from the darkness. Shadowing is then added to create the illusion that the insect is floating on top of the canvas, giving the completed work a wonderful depth of field. Both the Dragonfly and Ant series, and the continual evolution of style and technique used to create them, insures these subjects will remain among the most identifiable and iconic series of David’s body of work. Click for further information about David’s Dragonfly’s Located at the Brisbane studio (Underwood).  Please call (07) 3186 8334 to make a time for a private viewing. Image Size: 110 x 110cm (43.3 x 43.3″) Medium: Oil Finish: Beautifully framed in a David Hart designer frame – Black and Silver FREE SHIPPING – AUSTRALIA WIDE For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334 *If you don’t love it, return it and receive a full refund! Should you proceed with the purchase of this artwork, once it has been delivered you have 48 hours to let us know if you would like to return it for a full refund (*the return will be at the expense of the purchaser and to be returned in the same condition as delivered and sent by the same courier as it was originally sent with).
  • Inspired by Australian wild flowers, David’s Flower series has become a loving evolution over many years. As he freely experiments with colour and new methods of application, his flower images have taken on ever-evolving textures. David experiments with a wide variety of painting implements, like large broad paint brushes, paint tubes drilled with holes, pallet knives and house hold scrubbing brushes. These paintings are not your typical still-lives either; being thickly laden with paint that seems to struggle to hold itself to the canvas, allows his images to create a sense of energy and movement that’s almost hypnotic, yet, at the same time, gives the viewer a sense of tranquilly and stimulation. Located at the Brisbane studio (Underwood).  Please call 0411 154 334 to make a time for a private viewing. Image Size: 21 x 18cm (8.4 x 7.2″) Medium: Oil Finish: Beautifully framed in one of David Hart’s designer frames. Silver moulding and white matting under glass. FREE SHIPPING – AUSTRALIA WIDE For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334 *If you don’t love it, return it and receive a full refund! Should you proceed with the purchase of this artwork, once it has been delivered you have 48 hours to let us know if you would like to return it for a full refund (*the return will be at the expense of the purchaser and to be returned in the same condition as delivered and sent by the same courier as it was originally sent with).
  • The Dragonfly series came about as the result of a promise that David made to his father, Pro, to keep his secret techniques and styles alive after he passed away. David’s father was also an artist who had a fascination with insects. Pro’s portrayal of insects, ants, and dragonflies in particular, extended from the joyous to the macabre both in paintings and sculpture. Growing up on a sheep sheering property in the outback of central NSW, influenced Pro’s work significantly. It was Pro’s fascination that also fostered David’s interest in dragonflies and ants as well. As a child, David would spend hours drawing these now iconic images in sketch books and watching his father paint and draw. Unfortunately, Pro passed away at his home in Broken Hill, NSW, in March 2006 from Motor Neurone Disease. Briefly, before Pro Hart’s passing, David made a promise to his father that he would keep his secret techniques and styles alive after his death; this promise has pushed David to further develop the series into his own expression. David remembers his father Pro would quite often set up a video camera in front of his easel and video tape different techniques and styles as he painted. wanting to teach and mentor David, Pro would talk to him on camera as he explained what he was doing and the purpose behind certain processes, then send the tapes to him for safe keeping. The objective behind these instructional videos was not for Pro to recreate himself in David’s work, or for David to copy him, it was purely because Pro saw a unique gifting on his sons life from a very early age. Pro invested his most precious knowledge into David to ensure his lifetime of painting discoveries and techniques would never be lost, but continue on through David’s own expression. In nearly all of the styles and subjects that David paints, there are subtle elements of his father’s secret techniques. David has been left with an incredible responsibility to his heritage, and he feels that it’s up to him now to keep these styles alive. More than that, he sees his challenge is to take his father’s secret techniques to new heights and to push through the boundaries of experimentation and growth as he adapts and integrates them into his own style. David’s Dragonfly series are quite different to the images painted by his father. David has introduced mixed mediums to his work, and uses acrylic bases as the background to create a shiny, slippery finish. He then builds the insects using layers of glazing, which are then rubbed away then re applied; this allows the image to emerge like light from the darkness. Shadowing is then added to create the illusion that the insect is floating on top of the canvas, giving the completed work a wonderful depth of field. Both the Dragonfly and Ant series, and the continual evolution of style and technique used to create them, insures these subjects will remain among the most identifiable and iconic series of David’s body of work. THIS ARTWORK IS ON DISPLAY IN THE LOBBY OF THE HILTON HOTEL, SURFERS PARADISE Image Size: 76 x 101cm (30 x 40") Medium: Oil Finish: Beautifully framed in David Hart designer frame – Black and Silver FREE SHIPPING – AUSTRALIA WIDE For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334 *If you don’t love it, return it and receive a full refund! Should you proceed with the purchase of this artwork, once it has been delivered you have 48 hours to let us know if you would like to return it for a full refund (*the return will be at the expense of the purchaser and to be returned in the same condition as delivered and sent by the same courier as it was originally sent with). y.
  • David’s Velocity series was born out of inspiration he had while studying areas of his studio floor. Noticing that paint had been inadvertently dropped and splashed from waist height as he worked at his easel, he could see that the paint had left interesting patterns on the floor. Intrigued by his discovery, David decided to experiment by preparing a canvas to receive paint, applied by various techniques such as dropping it from ladders and even using his bare hands. It was glass balls filled with paint, however, that eventually gave him the effect he was looking for. The end result was beautiful, and the following weeks of experimentation and refinement led to the creation of what is now known as the Velocity series. THIS ARTWORK IS ON DISPLAY IN THE LOBBY OF THE HILTON HOTEL, SURFERS PARADISE Image Size: 64 x 64” (160 x 160cm) Medium: Acrylic Finish: The canvas is stretched onto a quality 45mm wide stretcher bar FREE SHIPPING – AUSTRALIA WIDE For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334 *If you don’t love it, return it and receive a full refund! Should you proceed with the purchase of this artwork, once it has been delivered you have 48 hours to let us know if you would like to return it for a full refund (*the return will be at the expense of the purchaser and to be returned in the same condition as delivered and sent by the same courier as it was originally sent with).
  • David’s Black Dog series is perhaps the most iconic and highly collected of all of his series. Although these works are highly sort after, they are few and far between, and it’s with good reason once you understand the process behind their creation. The iconic black dog that you see in many of David’s works depicts Bogart, his childhood pet. Bogart was a true companion and close friend to David throughout his youth – smart, watchful, protective and ever present, Bogart lives on as the feature character of this sensational series. The process of this particular painting involved months of layering an enormous amount of paint to the point that the frame it is stretched on can barely support itself. The technique was inspired by one of David's heroes in the art world, Jackson Pollock; bringing the work to life by embellishing the artwork using enamel. In the final stages after drying, several small black dogs are cleverly and randomly scattered amongst the folds and drizzles of paint. This allowed the viewer to become actively involved in their visual experience as they searched for each dog. David’s Black Dog paintings are intentionally random, expressive, and purposeful. The Black Dog concept has become hugely successful with collectors, however, due to their thick oil paint and lengthy creation process, there are generally only 4 to 6 of these pieces available per year. THIS ARTWORK IS ON DISPLAY IN THE LOBBY OF THE HILTON HOTEL, SURFERS PARADISE Image Size: 64 x 64” (160 x 160cm) Medium: Acrylic Finish: The canvas is stretched onto a quality 45mm wide stretcher bar FREE SHIPPING – AUSTRALIA WIDE For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334 *If you don’t love it, return it and receive a full refund! Should you proceed with the purchase of this artwork, once it has been delivered you have 48 hours to let us know if you would like to return it for a full refund (*the return will be at the expense of the purchaser and to be returned in the same condition as delivered and sent by the same courier as it was originally sent with).
  • In nearly all of the styles and subjects that David paints, there are subtle elements of his father’s (Pro Hart) secret techniques. David has been left with an incredible responsibility to his heritage, and he feels that it’s up to him now to keep these styles alive. More than that, he sees his challenge is to take his father’s secret techniques to new heights and to push through the boundaries of experimentation and growth as he adapts and integrates them into his own style. David’s Dragonfly and Ants series are quite different to the images painted by his father. David has introduced mixed mediums to his work, and uses acrylic bases as the background to create a shiny, slippery finish. He then builds the insects using layers of glazing, which are then rubbed away then re applied; this allows the image to emerge like light from the darkness. Shadowing is then added to create the illusion that the insect is floating on top of the canvas, giving the completed work a wonderful depth of field. Both the Dragonfly and Ant series, and the continual evolution of style and technique used to create them, insures these subjects will remain among the most identifiable and iconic series of David’s body of work. For further information about David’s Dragonfly’s THIS ARTWORK IS ON DISPLAY IN THE LOBBY OF THE HILTON HOTEL, SURFERS PARADISE Image Size: 100 x 100cm (40 x 40″) Medium: Oil Finish: Beautifully framed in a David Hart designer frame – Black and Silver
    FREE SHIPPING – AUSTRALIA WIDE For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334
    *If you don’t love it, return it and receive a full refund! Should you proceed with the purchase of this artwork, once it has been delivered you have 48 hours to let us know if you would like to return it for a full refund (*the return will be at the expense of the purchaser and to be returned in the same condition as delivered and sent by the same courier as it was originally sent with).