David Aldus

 

One of the regular artists to exhibit at the gallery and the founder of "Risborough Gallery" David has been a professional artist for well over 40 years. He has exhibited with the Royal Society of British Artists (R.B.A); the Royal Institute of Oils (R.O.I) and the Royal Society of Marine Artists (R.S.M.A)  He has been nominated twice as a finalist in the Garrick/Milne prize exhibition held at Christies LONDON. His work has been selected for the Discerning Eye Exhibition by Art Critic, Edward Lucie Smith, where all his work was sold. He also sold all his work at the Lambeth Palace when exhibiting under the auspices of the Royal Society of Marine Artists. David recently sold one of his works for £14,000 "Lot's wife" measuring 5 foot by 8 foot. David also sold "A tribute to the people of Malta" that sold for £10,000. The same painting was the subject of a congratulatory letter from Queen Elizabeth II. Lord Lewin, Admiral of the Fleet also sent a letter of congratulations. He has held one or two-man shows at Knightsbridge, South Kensington, Windsor, Bath, Cardiff, Ascot, and numerous other venues. He has exhibited in Westminster Central Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Birmingham's Royal British Artists exhibition, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath Rooksmoor Gallery, Bath, London Guildhall, Mann Island, Liverpool, Christies, the London Auction House. He has collectors in USA, UK, France, and Japan.