BACK & FORTH: A CATA Virtual Art SHOW


(1/15) David Gardner, Willy Wonka, 2019

Painting: Purple, yellow, orange, and green connected lines and circles on a cloudy purple background.
White man in a wheelchair wearing a grey striped shirt with a goatee smiling.

David Gardner
Willy Wonka, 2019
Acrylic on canvas
28” x 40”
$365

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Description:

One of the first CATA artists trained in the A.R.T. technique, David has been working in the A.R.T. process for 15 years, and continues to experiment with new techniques. David’s brightly colored paintings are lively and graphic. His work has been shown at the Berkshire Museum, the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts, the Clark Art Institute’s Lunder Center at Stone Hill, Good Purpose Gallery and the Worcester Art Museum.

Being a CATA Artist is exciting. Being able to share my artwork makes me feel good about myself.” – David Gardner

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David Gardner “Willy Wonka” Video
“A.R.T.” Video
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David Gardner Artist Images
David Gardner “Willy Wonka” Video
“A.R.T.” Video
David Gardner Art Images
David Gardner Artist Images

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    • David Gardner "Dave's Cop Car"

    • David Gardner "Squares" (2019)

    • David Gardner "Untitled" (2011)

    • David Gardner "Untitled" (2012)

    • David Gardner "Untitled" (2014)

    • In addition to his work as a painter, David Gardner also participates in CATA music programs (photo by Christina Lane)

    • David Gardner with CATA faculty member and A.R.T. tracker Pat Hogan at a CATA art exhibit at the Clark Art Institute.