David Alexander is an active member of the co-operative Gallery One-Twenty-One in Belleville. A Drawing and Painting graduate of the Ontario College of Art (1970) and the University of Toronto, David originally hails from Windsor, Ontario. For several years he was a participating artist fellow of the Patmos Workshop and Gallery, and later the Alpha Gallery, exhibiting throughout southern Ontario. Extensive world travel has taken him to many locations around the globe. His hand-painted cards have been presented to Pope John Paul II and religious leaders of both the Jewish and Muslim faiths in Jerusalem. David works in egg tempera, charcoal, encaustic and oil. He is currently retired and lives in Belleville.
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