Dallas, TX, USA
About the Artist
Dallas-based David McGlothlin's work has evolved through many styles, referencing a diverse group of influencers like Fritz Scholder, David Salle, Julian Schnabel, Caravaggio, and the Pop painters of the 60s. David spent many years as an illustrator for the American children's television series Barney & Friends and for multiple children's books before painting full-time.
In the artist's words, "I have ventured into many genres. Figurative, landscape, minimalism, abstract and color field. I currently consider myself a pop realist. Most recently, I am drawn to two themes: the majesty of the animal, and the beauty of the Baroque and Renaissance - imagining these images in pop and patterned environments." Read his full interview with Saatchi Art here.
McGlothlin's works have been exhibited across the Dallas area at 500x Gallery, Alan Simmons Gallery, Full City Rooster, Continental Gin Building, and Saatchi Art's The Other Art Fair Dallas. Slightly Subversive is proud to feature several of his large-scale original paintings along with smaller commissioned pieces in our gallery and print shop.