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DAVID WITBECK

DAVID WITBECK - Manny

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       Manny       Oil       42.00 in. x 42.00 in.             




DAVID WITBECK - Eliot

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       Eliot       60.00 in. x 30.00 in.             




DAVID WITBECK - Conrad

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       Conrad       Oil on Panel       24.00 in. x 36.00 in.             




DAVID WITBECK - Brandon

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       Brandon       Oil on Canvas       30.00 in. x 30.00 in.             




DAVID WITBECK - Cody

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       Cody       Oil on Paper       30.00 in. x 26.00 in.             




DAVID WITBECK - Fisherman

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       Fisherman       Oil on Paper       22.00 in. x 22.00 in.             




DAVID WITBECK - Herb

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       Herb       Oil on Canvas       30.00 in. x 36.00 in.             




DAVID WITBECK - Herman

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       Herman       Oil on Paper on Panel       30.00 in. x 24.00 in.             




DAVID WITBECK - Luke

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       Luke       Oil on Paper on Panel       30.00 in. x 24.00 in.             




DAVID WITBECK - Motif #1 One

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       Motif #1 One       Oil on Canvas       30.00 in. x 30.00 in.             




DAVID WITBECK - Jesse

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       Jesse       Woodblock Print       12.00 in. x 12.00 in.             




DAVID WITBECK - Horace

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       Horace       Woodblock Print       9.00 in. x 9.00 in.       Call for price      




DAVID WITBECK - Gus

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       Gus       Woodblock Print       9.00 in. x 9.00 in.       Call for price      




DAVID WITBECK - Evan

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       Evan       Woodblock Print       9.00 in. x 9.00 in.       Call for price      




In the first 18 years of my life I probably spent no more than a three or four weeks, on family vacations, anywhere near salt water yet, for some reason, I always drew pictures of fishing boats, lighthouses and stormy seascapes and read every sea story in the school library. In 1980 I moved from western New York State to Rhode Island to be near salt water and, coincidentally, to finish my long interrupted college education at RISD. After graduating from there I worked as a free-lance photographer for over 25 years. Photography, though a great documentary medium, doesn't interest me as an expressive medium.