This is a collection of works by David Spear that considers and weighs the transient nature of time in terms of antecedent appropriations, historical recollections and artist as individual.
David Spear received his BFA from the University of Missouri-St.Louis in 1999 and his MFA in painting from University of Missouri-Columbia in 2012. His work can be seen throughout Columbia at venues such as Sophia's and Addison's Restaurants, the Wabash Bus Station, Memorial Union, Boone Hospital, Jefferson Middle School, the traffic box on the corner of Ninth and Broadway, and the ROTC Cannon fired on Faurot Field after a Tiger score. Spear currently works on private and public commissions for a variety of patrons and teaches drawing and painting at the University of Missouri Columbia.
Opening Reception: First Friday, Jan 1st, 6-9pm