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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Snare and Hi-Hat by David Ralph
Finding Chords by David Ralph
Harpers Ferry Rivers, Railroads, Revolvers by David Ralph
Baltimore Inner Harbor Street Performer by David Ralph
Annapolis Dock Dine Assemble by David Ralph
Jugando by David Ralph
Fall Along the Patuxent by David Ralph
Historic Ellicott City Steam and Stone by David Ralph
Trifecta by David Ralph
Falls, Fingers and Gorges by David Ralph
Colorado Sunflowers by David Ralph
Disparity by David Ralph
Election of Outsiders 2016 by David Ralph
Soldier Family Sacrifice by David Ralph
Woman in Tub by David Ralph
Dusk Over the Chesapeake by David Ralph
Keys and Clef by David Ralph
Shenandoah Haystacks by David Ralph
French Girl by David Ralph
Freedom by David Ralph
A Soothing Sleep by David Ralph
Rhythm Section by David Ralph
Sandals and Lotion by David Ralph
The Brilliant Blue Jay by David Ralph
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About David Ralph
David Ralph, owner of Marco Image & Concept, is a contemporary artist and illustrator who lives in Greenbelt, Maryland, USA. David was born in 1964 in Red Bank, NJ and has been drawing since he was a toddler. His favorite topics to draw at the time were animals and sport figures. His first attempt at portraiture was as a 7-year old when he did a pencil drawing of baseball star, Roberto Clemente.
Today, David’s style of painting and illustration can best be described as geometric abstraction with influences ranging from the cubist paintings of Pablo Picasso to the primitive, cutout shapes of Henri Matisse. Other notable influences for David were Paul Cezanne’s fragmented landscapes and the geometrically-divided, flat-color canvases of Piet Mondrian.
To David, the simple elegance of the curve, the line, and the circle create the ideal two-dimensional plain of visual interest and appeal. And, to add color intensity, value contrast and balance to this space - along with repetition, texture and pattern - is to create a perfect harmony. It is to this goal that David sets down to sketch his next work of art.
David was once a member of the Baltimore Watercolor Society and has displayed his work at Strathmore Hall in Bethesda, MD, Montpelier Mansion in Laurel, MD, the New Deal Café in Greenbelt, MD and at the Greenbelt Labor Day Festival.
The most common themes of David Ralph’s paintings and illustrations are the female figure, nature, music, people and sports.