Tour David Arms Painting Studio and Gallery


He admits that his works typically start out messy. “It starts off with a red oxide. It’s kind of an orange color and then I take it very dark. And then, I slowly let everything build out of the darkness—it’s not attractive for quite some time,” he says. “Then you see the image start to come out of the darkness that I laid down, and that’s where the dimension starts happening with the slow, steady layers.”