We all don’t see the same way . We don’t see the same things. Visual thinking varies. Making and seeing art depends upon how our own vision works. What do we expect to see? How do we find meaning? How do make meaning from the patterns of our experience?
David Dunlop’s reputation as a painter who combines artistic skill, knowledge and enthusiasm prompted the Metropolitan Museum of Art to invite him to lecture on 4000 years of landscape painting in 2005. He has been a visiting artist/lecturer at multiple institutions. His PBS program on Cezanne was included in the exhibit Cezanne and American Modernism at the Montclair Art Museum.