David Iddon Art

I am a graphic design graduate from Plymouth college of Art and Design, uk
Winner - 1994 Fuji professional award for creative publicity BAFTA
Sold paintings internationally.

WINNER 1994 Fuji professional award for creative publicity.

Designed posters and movie merchandise for films promoted at the Cannes film festival along with others. I work with paintings of wild seascapes, nature and people based on my love of "People watching".
I am also a keen photographer working mainly in B&W with spot colour to add dimension. I love people and nature especially the body language.
I love free flowing movement and storytelling in my work. My influences are from such masters as George Grosz, Otto Dix, Picasso, Monet, Turner and Matisse.



A collection of scapes from sea, land and city.
Based on experiences and travels around the world.

Painting: Acrylic and Gesso on Canvas.

Celebration 2014 “Celebration 2014”

Painting: Acrylic and Gesso on Canvas.

Size: 23.2 H x 28.7 W x 0.8 in

A clash of old and new. People gather to celebrate as flags fly and fireworks sparkle.
After living in Turkey for 3 years, I noticed how much the locals love to celebrate. Flags hang from every possible object. Sounds blast and people scream with joy.
The government in Turkey is demolishing skyscrapers in order to keep the magnificent view. Aug 2014

Falling culture “Falling culture”

Painting: Acrylic, Gesso and charcoal on Canvas.

Size: 15.7 H x 21.7 W x 0.6 in

A once great culture falls into decay.

Stormy fishing “Stormy fishing”

Painting: Acrylic on Canvas.

Size: 32.3 H x 40.2 W x 0.8 in

stormy waves rushing through UK town while people battle against to keep fishing

Canadian forest “Canadian forest”

Painting: Acrylic, Gesso and Oil on Canvas.

Size: 28 H x 40.2 W x 0.6 in

Wild Canadian forest reflecting into a river. The lights through the trees show people guiding to a place of comfort.

Ice Aurora “Ice Aurora”

Painting: Watercolor on Paper.

Size: 11.5 H x 16.5 W x 0 in

Painting based on Ellen Anon (USA) - wildlife photographer of the year competition. Wildscapes - Runner up. Jokulsarlon Iceland. Sky thick with clouds, as they parted they revealed this view mirrored in the lagoon of the northern lights.

Parting the waves “Parting the waves”

Painting: Acrylic and Household

Size: 32.3 H x 40.2 W x 0.8 in

The unification of Turkey and United Kingdom battling against the stormy sea of social and political unrest in a struggle to overcome.
Acrylic on canvas with masking tape to enhance texture.

Perfect storm “Perfect storm”

The gods look down on us and decide our watery destiny