DavidSeedFineArt

Prints, drawings and paintings

Gloucester, England

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Announcement    2021 Calendars are now in stock. They are at the start ofmy listings on page 1.
If you want to see other work on my website, Instagram and other places go to www.davidseedfineart.co.uk

Announcement

Last updated on 28 Nov, 2020

2021 Calendars are now in stock. They are at the start ofmy listings on page 1.
If you want to see other work on my website, Instagram and other places go to www.davidseedfineart.co.uk

Items

 

Sisters

£30.00

Red Cat - Print

£25.00

Morrigan - Print

£25.00

Stormcrow - Print

£25.00

Eostre - Print

£25.00

Hyena - Print

£25.00

Breathe - Print

£25.00

Tiny crow - Print

£25.00

Raven - Print

£25.00

Sisters - Print

£25.00

Small fox - Print

£25.00

Bell jar - Print

£25.00

Hexenhaus - Print

£25.00

Giantess - Print

£25.00

Skymonkey - Print

£25.00

Red Queen - Print

£25.00

Fledgling - Print

£25.00

Thinker - Print

£25.00

Dog - Print

£30.00

Watcher - Print

£30.00

Werehyena - Print

£30.00

David Seed

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David Seed

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(17)
  • SARAH on 07 Mar, 2021  Dispatched to: United Kingdom

    5 out of 5 stars

    Gorgeous calendar, great range of images. High end production & printing. Very fast posting. Personal note from the artist was a lovely touch.
    Highly recommend this seller.

  • Alexandria on 31 Jan, 2021  Dispatched to: United States

    5 out of 5 stars

    Getting this mailed was a difficult trick, but the shop owner was incredibly kind and willing to work with me. I’m incredibly thankful and my friend loved the gift!

  • Lacey on 31 Mar, 2020  Dispatched to: United States

    5 out of 5 stars

    I love this, looks amazing on my wall. It's hard to find cool hyena art that matches my color scheme and style. Made it across the pond safely, and well worth it.

  • Louise on 05 Oct, 2019  Dispatched to: United Kingdom

    5 out of 5 stars

    Intense ink print. Looks, and feels high quality, almost like the original drawing. I was drawn to this whilst buying one of David's Morrigan drawings, and glad I did. Not sure where I am going to place her yet but it's going to be somewhere where it will be seen by everyone (unlike the Morrigan print which will be placed in a dedicated private space). I can see this picture being a conversation piece.

  • Louise on 05 Oct, 2019  Dispatched to: United Kingdom

    5 out of 5 stars

    A good quality print on good quality picture card. It almost looks like an original drawing. Cannot wait to place herself on the wall next to her dedicated space.

  • Catherine on 28 Sep, 2019  Dispatched to: United Kingdom

    5 out of 5 stars

    Fabulous

  • Sylvi on 05 Sep, 2019  Dispatched to: Ireland

    5 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful Art, very happy with the print.
    Thanks again David!

  • Andy on 15 Apr, 2019  Dispatched to: United Kingdom

    5 out of 5 stars

    A superb addition to my corvid themed art collection. I can highly recommended. Thanks again!

  • Steven on 28 Jan, 2019  Dispatched to: United Kingdom

    5 out of 5 stars

    Arrived before/when was due to, absolutely no problems with the shop, looks wonderfully atmospheric in a frame!

  • swlgbizniz on 27 Nov, 2018  Dispatched to: United States

    5 out of 5 stars

    DaveSeedFineArt was fantastic to speak with and he accommodated my shipping requests. The Hyena is a wonderful little art piece and I'm excited about having it on my wall. Terrific experience all around.

About DavidSeedFineArt

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Painter chippy metalbasher poet

I'm an artist/craftsman living and working in Gloucester in the UK. I went to art school thirty odd years ago, but at the time I never did any painting.

After foundation, where I mainly did photography, print making, and ceramics, I got myself onto a contemporary crafts course. I specialised in metalwork (blacksmithing and non-ferrous metal smithing) although I also worked in ceramics, textiles and wood. On graduating, my first jobs were furniture factory assembly work interspersed with periods of unemployment, then display and exhibition work.

I talked my way into as many life-classes as I could for a couple of years and drew all the time. I then started volunteering at a local community arts project which eventually led to a career in social care.

It was a great job for a long long time, and for a number of years I also taught life classes.

I qualified as a social worker, but as I got into social-care management, I no longer did much in the way of drawing or sculpting, although I did a lot in the way of restoring our old house, and creating a garden. Apart from a few stabs at painting in the nineties, I didn’t really put brush to canvas at all until 2012.

Eventually I resigned from my job and went self-employed. Almost straight away I started painting and drawing again. I really wanted to get back to the way I felt about art that I had done as a kid, where I just enjoyed it for its own sake and hadn’t worried about whether or not it was contemporary or fashionable.

Four years down the line, I now make my bread and butter living doing bespoke carpentry and paint on a regular basis in my studio. When not doing this, I build musical instruments and bread ovens, write and play the ukulele (badly).

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