Threadneedle Prize finalist David Storey's paintings are about figures and faces – 'forgotten ancestors' glimpsed or half-remembered. His work has been described as "mining the filament of life between memory and death".*

David's paintings have featured in numerous exhibitions, including the final of The Threadneedle Prize at The Mall Galleries in London, the 2012 Sunday Times Watercolour Competition and a recent solo show at Thomas and Paul Gallery, London. David has appeared on the BBC2 arts programme 'Show Me the Monet' discussing his painting Blue Room.

*Read the article by Richard Unwin of The Art Collective

View Paul Heaton's new album cover 'What Have We Become'
with art by David Storey