Born September 10, 1981, in Greeley Colorado, raised in Loveland Co, David began drawing and sculpting at a very young age. He was brought up in a home where art was highly accepted and his creative mind had free reign. He began creating creatures of the unknown and unseen while still in elementary school. Then, in high school, he started working in art studios around Loveland where he was immersed in all aspects of sculpture and the lost wax process. Since then, David has been published in Amazing Figure Modeler Magazine, Churn an art magazine, and featured on Keith Wigdor Presents Surrealism Now and has shown in many art exhibits. David's art is featured in both public and private collections throughout the USA, as well as England, Canada, Russia, Hong Kong, and Australia. His sculpture has even been recognized by the great and talented movie director, Guillermo Del Toro. Embracing life-death-rebirth, David's sculptures are very primordial in thought and have very powerful significance. David has dug down into his unconsciousness to unearth deep seeded emotions and thoughts, bringing them to the surface of his reality and giving them life and permanence on earth.
As well as being a sculptor, David is also a master metal worker. He has worked with some of the greatest sculptors of the 21st century. Kent Ullberg, Fritz White, Dan Ostermiller, Dan Glanz, Wayne Salge, and Randy Hand, just to name a few. He has helped sculpt, mold, weld, and chase some of the biggest monuments seen here in America. "Working with and for these artist's has brought me great pride and honor. I have learned so much and owe a great deal of my success to each and everyone of them" David business Creative Metal Works LLC opened in 2005 and is still running full force.
David Richardson website: daverichardsonart.com