David Creane is a Print Artist from Galway in the west of Ireland. His work conveys his opinions on Social and Political issues, often with a humorous approach and the use of appropriation. He draws on influences from Artists such as, William Hogarth, Chris Orr, Pieter Breugel, Anthony Davies and Hieronymus Bosch.

He is exceptionally qualified and trained in the arts and media industry having studied TV and Film with VTOS in Galway and then completing a First Class BA Hons Degree in Fine Art at GMIT in Galway.

David sells his print art privately and he has exhibited his work around the country, including at Limerick School of Art and Design, Lorg Print Makers Show, City Hall Limerick, The Sailors Home Limerick, K Fest, Music and Arts Festival and Impressions Art Exhibition, Galway.

His works employ traditional print making techniques dating back to the days of Goya in the 19th Century.  He integrates this traditional approach with Etching with aquatint, Screen print, Lithography, Lino cut, Photo Etching and Digital Media.

 

David takes a world view based upon his experience of living for several years in the U.K. and the Middle East. The message in his art is often about raising consciousness of human suffering and Political injustice around the world.