The artist has exhibited widely since the mid 1970’s. He has his work in many leading private and public collections. The most prestigious being National Museum of Wales, The Palace of Westminster, London and The Queens Collection at Windsor Castle.
This mixed body of hand- made etchings is testimony to the varied locations the artist has worked at over the years. He lived in Ironbridge for nearly fifteen years and reflects on this time with several local scenes such as one of his favourite pubs The Coalbrookdale, St Lukes Church, Gills House and the Toll House.
Etchings of ancient sites from Derbyshire to the Outer Hebrides and a rare Black Country etching of Sankies Demolition back in 1988 give a slight idea of the hundreds of works the artist has created over a period of five decades.
Four months before Her Majesty the Queen sadly passed she accepted another set of Dave’s Megalithic etching’s into the Royal collection. These works will be shown at the gallery next year and be part of a touring show travelling to several museums in Great Britain. Venues and dates to be announced later.