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 David (E. David) Dornan  (1954 - )

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Lived/Active: Utah      Known for: expressive still life painting, sculpture

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From Helper, Utah, an old coal-mining town about a hundred miles southwest of Salt Lake City, David Dornan is a painter of still lifes including lush flowers and arrangements of objects such as brushes and pots in an artists studio.

He was a student at the University of Utah in the 1970s and then became a professor of art there. In 1994, he decided to move to Helper and become a full-time artist, quitting his teaching position several years later.

He acquired an old hotel for his studio and classes and became a leading figure in the town's renovation efforts. The hotel has 21 rooms that artists use for studio, and many of these artists spend a month or more working with Dornan, who finally built his studio away from the hotel to have work time for himself. Sometime in the year 2000, Dornan expects to open officially this school of art.

His method in his painting is to work on several pieces at once, and many of these works are relatively large. His style is realist, and he has little interest in what's in vogue--he just paints whatever satisfies him. He is committed to spontaneity and not over planning his work.


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Bonnie Gangelhoff, "Southwest Art", July 2000

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