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July Update

Welcome to the Dave Reiter Art Update & Newsletter

Wow, it is hard to believe that it is already the middle of summer.  I hope you have had a great year so far!  Even though it has been a little while since I have sent out a newsletter update, I have been busy painting, attending classes, and finishing up several shows.  In this update, I will focus on the exciting events that are coming up in the next few months and will feature several of my newest works. You can see the entire collection of new work on my website.  There are several brand new textured paintings, 6×6 miniatures, and abstracts. 

I do want to point out a couple things that you might want to take note of in several of the new pieces. First, you will see that I have been experimenting with a variety of colorful backgrounds on some of the pieces.  This is a slight deviation from my signature style with its black textured background, but I really like the effect it is bringing to the pieces. You will notice this first on the abstracts but don’t be surprised if it spills over into the representational pieces in the near future.  You may ask, “Why is this such a big deal?”  It is a big deal because it takes a special technique and makes it even better. The effect of the texture with the color is fresh and intriguing and it may well lead to a whole new series of paintings with a variety of colorful backgrounds.  This is especially exciting to me as I think of the beautiful fall colors that are just around the corner. 

The second thing you will notice is my expansion in subject matter. I recently traveled to Ecuador with my family.  We had an amazing time visiting friends, exploring the country, and soaking up the beauty of the Andes Mountains. The vibrant colors alongside the subtle hues in that country were exquisite.  I was able to capture some of that beauty in “Dancing Shadows,” “Leisurely Moments,” and “Flower Pots.” Additionally, I am currently putting the finishing touches on several pieces that feature fresh fruit hanging on the trees in Ecuador.  You will be able to see those pieces in my next newsletter.  I still love creating beautiful landscape paintings, but this expansion on the landscape concepts will provide a greater variety from which you can chose your next piece of fine art.   

The Breckenridge Art Festival is this weekend and you won’t want to miss this outstanding show!  If you make it to the show or happen to be in the area, please stop by.  I would love to see old friends again and give you an opportunity to see some of my new pieces. 

As always, if you are looking for a painting for that special place in your home or office, a custom piece is a great way to go.  Please contact me or The District Gallery for more details. Enjoy the work!

Upcoming Events

• Breckenridge Art Festival in Breckenridge, CO (July 6-7).  For more information go to
• Breckenridge Art Festival in Breckenridge, CO (Aug 2-4) This is the second one of the season for those of you who are not able to make it up to Breckenridge in July.
• Colorado Art Festival in Castle Rock, CO (Sept 8-9). For more information go to
• Sedona Arts Festival in Sedona, AZ (Oct 13-14).  For more information go to


Gallery Representation
• The District Gallery—I am now being represented by The District Gallery, located in the heart of the Bearden area in Knoxville, TN. This gallery prides itself as being a premier place for fine art and represents talented artists who sell locally, regionally and nationally. You will find a wide variety of work in this gallery ranging from traditional landscape paintings to abstract expressionists, photography and mixed media. I am honored to be a part of such a great gallery. A number of my paintings can be purchased by going through The District Gallery, simply go to their website at or contact the gallery directly at 865-200-4452.

New Feature
If you would like to see how the paintings in this newsletter will look within interior settings, please go to

Commission Work:
As always, if you are looking for a painting for that special someone this holiday season, a custom piece is a great way to go. Please contact me or my new gallery, The District Gallery, early in order to assure it will be done before the holiday. I do custom size pieces and can work with your current color arrangement or palette to create a truly one-of-a-kind piece for you. Let me know if this is something you want to do and, as always, if you are ever in the Denver area, please contact me for a personal studio visit.

Current Work:
The new work is already uploaded on my website. Enjoy!

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