Threadneedle Prize finalist David Storey's work is about figures and faces, 'glimpsed' or half-remembered, and quite a few are concerned with childhood, or to be more precise with memories of childhood. "I keep the use of brushes to a minimum preferring to use rags, palette knives and my fingers instead. This means that figures often require several re-workings until they feel right".
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 recent shows at: Cultivate, Vyner Street Gallery, The Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, and The Gallery in Cork Street. In 2011 David appeared on the BBC2 arts programme 'Show Me the Monet' discussing his painting 'Blue Room'.
David Storey is represented in the UK by Thomas and Paul Contemporary Art.