Born in 1955 - United Kingdom
David Hinchliffe has been painting, exhibiting and selling his work in galleries for 45 years – since the age of 12. He has won numerous competitions as a young artist (Sunday Mail Art Prize, ABC Argonauts Award, Atlantic City Sculpture Award, Toowoomba Gemini prize) and is a regular finalist in Tattersalls Landscape Prize. He trained under Brisbane artist, John Rigby, and also studied under premier Australian landscape artist and Archibald prize-winner, William Robinson. David Hinchliffe furthered his practical artistic study in both New York and London in the 70s before returning home to pursue a career in politics.
While David works primarily in oils on either canvas or linen, he has also produced many works in gouache and even turned his hand to sculpture, in addition to holding two photography exhibitions (“Two to the Valley, 1992, and “Detours”, 2010). His style has been described as “contemporary impressionism”.
David’s paintings are influenced by his career in urban government. He draws inspiration from the streets, laneways, footpaths and urban settings of the cities he loves – Paris, New York, Venice and his hometown Brisbane. He has just completed his 56th exhibition in a career that has spanned more than 40 years. In 2011 David held an exhibition at the Australian Consulate in New York, followed by a solo exhibition at Michael Ingbar Gallery in Soho NY. His work is in private collections in the US, UK and Australia.
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