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ART HELP FOR HEROES
GALLERY DANA BAY

June 19-July 11

David Kizziar

David Kizziar started drawing at the age of five and, despite having no formal art education progressed naturally to ink and then oils. Growing up in Southern California, he spent years surfing but had to swing a hammer to pay the bills. At thirty-five, he took a ten-year hiatus from art to pursue his other passions in life – music & songwriting. During that time he wrote nearly four hundred songs but completed only one painting, a fact that he credits to his non-traditional schooling in oils and the two thousand hours he spent completing the work.

Today, Kizziar's style demonstrates his renewed passion for art on his quest to create captivating colored pencil drawings on toned paper and oils on canvas. His knowledge and eye for perspective have helped him develop his gift for portraying life-like movement. David defines his style as "one that evokes feelings and thought" and strives to have his art emit a mood that reflects life's beauty so viewers can feel "the essence" of his pieces. Inspired by lighting, composition, and his love for the Master's, he paints every day to elevate the 'magic' of art by conveying his passion for life.

David Kizziar

Gallery Dana Bay


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Confidential offers will be made by contacting the Gallery via email at GalleryDanaBay@yahoo.com. The exhibition and availability of the artwork ends July 11. The starting price for each artwork is only $500. All art will be sold. Offers are being received now.

To encourage early offers, several artists have created a confidential 'buy it now', when achieved, the artwork will be sold with no additional or higher offers.

Forward the ART HELP FOR HEROES exhibition to all friends and family to enjoy the art and may share the desire to support the HEROES.

  • Supporters will receive a letter of appreciation and free local delivery. Convenient shipping.

  • Confidential offers in excess of $500 will be accepted via email to GalleryDanaBay@yahoo.com. All offers will be kept confidential. All works will be sold.

  • To encourage early acquisition decisions, artworks may have an artist-set confidential 'buy-it-now' fair-market price which can be accepted when hit or exceeded.

  • The artworks will be available for pick-up or free local delivery on or before July 4. Shipping to US destinations is $40.

Contact the Gallery for help. (949) 276-7597

To view the art, contact the Gallery for open hours, or in the time of Covid, by appointment. Press contacts please email us