This exhibition of paintings is a visual expression of the human experience, finding inspiration in the tangible world, the ethereal realm of time and the potential of the future, through chance, or fate. The abstract forms, colors, textures and their relationships in the composition of these works is much like music, giving more of a sensation than a description. So the thought arose is that this presentation is a collection of painted concertos, or Concerti Dipinto.
David Ouellette received his Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Arts in Painting from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. He taught at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, while exhibiting in the metropolitan Detroit area. David Ouellette moved to St. Augustine in 1981, and continued his career as an artist and professor of Fine Art at the Florida School of the Arts through his twenty-six year tenure. He is currently teaching Art History at the Flagler College ACE program.