Following the path of his influences David Phillips moved from Oklahoma to
Los Angeles in search of an audience for his abstract paintings.
Discovering a larger art market Phillips' paintings grew in size and
detail. Currently represented by the Downtown Art Center Gallery of Los
Angeles, and working from his studio in Venice, Phillips' has been
featured on CBS, The LA Times, and Seventeen Magazine. His bold
abstractions continue to amaze patrons, bring buyers, and captivate collectors.
Phillips' extraordinary art continues to stand out and
offer a unique dichotomy to the current state of the art market.
Amazingly he continues to sell, move up in the gallery world, and attract
collectors in a market completely saturated with graffiti, urban, and
essentially 'non classic in form abstract paintings.' Phillips' work is a
reflection of his influences (primarily the Abstract Expressionists
painters of the 1950s), and uses Western and Americana themes in the
contemporary art world. Essentially every thing in the current market
would not result in Phillips' style selling work. However, after an
exceptional 2yrs and red hot gallery run, he has sold and grown his