River Valley

Oil

36x48

$6800



Inventory#: DKI-038

Overlook

Oil

15x30

$3400



Inventory#: DKI-039

Tsiiyeel

Oil

24x24 Inches

Sold

Shadows at Noon

Oil

12x24 Inches

$2250



Inventory#: DKI-033

Cooling Shadows

Oil

12x24 Inches

$2250



Inventory#: DKI-032

Home Before Sundown

Oil

20x40 Inches

$6000



Inventory#: DKI-031

Marmalade Hill

Oil

12x24 Inches

Sold

East Side

Oil

6x8 Inches

Sold

Enlightened Study

Oil

9x12 Inches

$1100



Inventory#: DKI-028

Skyline

Oil

30x40 Inches

Sold

Flatiron

Oil

12x9 Inches

Sold

Salt Lake Temple

Oil

24x30 inches

$4,400



Inventory#: DKI-019

Out of Red Hollow

Oil

11x14 Inches

$1,450



Inventory#: DKI-020

Rising Above Kinesava

Oil

12x9 Inches

Sold

Fading Into Stillness

Oil on Linen

24x30 Inches

Sold

Tigre-Buenos Aires

Oil on Linen

16x20 Inches

$2050



Inventory#: DKI-005

Sundown

Oil on Linen

9x12 Inches

Sold

Sunlit Cottonwoods

Oil on Linen

8x10 Inches

Sold

Capitol Hill

Oil

11x14 Inches

Sold

Teaching Light

Oil

55x30

Sold

Mountain Lake

Oil

16x20 Inches

Sold

Newfork Lake

Oil on Linen

6x8 inches

Sold

View from Johnson's Mill

Oil on Linen

6x8 inches

Sold

White Pine Outlet

Oil on Linen

9x12 inches

Sold

Midway Sheds

Oil on Linen

8x10 Inches

Sold

Fallen Sparrow

Oil on Linen

36x48 Inches

$9800



Inventory#: DKI-002

Towers of the Virgin

Oil on Linen

24x40 Inches

Sold

David Koch

“I believe that ‘man is that he might have joy.’ I feel grateful to be involved in making the world a little brighter and more joyful in some small way with art. My personal definition of “good” art is art that uplifts, motivates, inspires or teaches. When I see something that effects me in these ways I want to visually record it. I am fascinated with the process of using tangible elements like line, color, value, texture, and shape to create intangible elements like light, mood, feeling or understanding. I am constantly striving to refine my artistic skills in order to do this effectively and creatively.

I never know exactly how each piece of art will look when completed because each stroke dictates the next stroke until the piece is finished. My goal is to capture my impression of a subject in the simplest way possible by recording only the essential elements and leaving out the rest. This discovering and learning is what motivates me to put that next blank canvas onto the easel. It is very gratifying to me when I see that someone else has also been positively affected in some way by something that I have created. It is a privilege to be an artist.”

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