Studio 202 – acrylic/charcoal/watercolor

David Rule is a resident artist in the ArtsXchange campus in studio 202. He is an artist driven by a spirit of exploration and experimentation. He believes creativity thrives on taking risks, embracing mistakes, and venturing beyond established boundaries. Inspired by the power of simple yet impactful imagery, Rule continuously refines his artistic voice, resulting in a style that evolves and reinvents itself with each new piece. His artistic process is an ongoing dialogue between conception and execution, often involving revisions and fresh starts. This dedication to the creative journey ensures that each finished work reflects a level of quality and emotional depth that Rule is proud to stand behind. Working primarily with charcoal, pastels, and acrylics, Rule’s artwork is characterized by a bold interplay of color and black and white. His ultimate goal is to evoke a powerful emotional response in viewers, admirers, and collectors.

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