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 Davis Eichelberger  (1997 - )

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Lived/Active: Hawaii      Known for: bold coloration; farm animals

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Dave Eichelberger, made of plastic golf ball markers 2010
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:

Honolulu born Davis Eichelberger and his twin sister Emalia are notable for their youth, but the sophistication of their artwork belies their age.  Their family roots in Hawaii date back to the 1800s, but the twins' earliest years were spent in New Canaan, Connecticut, where they began their education, until they moved with their parents back to Oahu, Hawaii.  Their father is professional golfer Dave Eichelberger, and their mother is DC Mist Eichelberger.

In Honolulu, Davis is a student at Punahau School, where art is part of the curriculum, but he and his sister both have furthered their pursuit of art with private tutoring at a studio in Manoa Valley.  Surrounded by the lush environment of Hawaii, as well as the islands' multicultural traditions, Davis' subjects have included symbols of the Chinese calendar, such as the Rooster, sometimes brightly colored local flora, still lifes, or perhaps the occasional shark.

An appreciation of art and design is part of his family heritage, as Davis' mother and grandmother trained and are talented in both painting and design, as were his great-grandmothers.  Davis' great uncle was artist Henry Mist (b.1871), who painted in Europe, the US, Canada, and Hawaii around the turn of the century.  

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