Works by David Meadow at The Present Day Club
“BEST FRIENDS”: Acrylic and watercolor paintings by Princeton artist David Meadow are on view at The Present Day Club on Stockton Street through December 16.
The Present Day Club now presents local artist David Meadow in a one-man exhibition featuring more than 55 acrylic and watercolor paintings.
Meadow, whose work has been accepted by many juried shows including those at Phillips’ Mill, Ellarslie, and Artists of Yardley, is considered one of the area’s up-and-coming artists. His art spans realism to Impressionism, employing light and color to draw the viewer into the setting.
“I want my art to be accessible and pleasing to view, while conveying some aspect of the human condition,” said Meadow. “As a lifelong resident of the area, the settings are often based on scenes I know well in New York, Philadelphia, and closer to home in New Hope, Lambertville, and the Sourland Mountains. I was excited to be able to show many of my works in one setting when The Present Day Club opportunity was presented to me.”
The show is on view through December 16 at The Present Day Club, 72 Stockton Street. Call (609) 924-1014 for gallery hours.
To see his artwork online, visit davidmeadow.com.