David Hoque is an American artist who grew up in a military family in California. He has lived and travelled all over the United States and the world. He is primarily self taught with some formal advanced art training. David has a BS degree from Excelsior College, Albany NY and has studied under some of the world’s finest artists.
He specializes in watercolour and coloured pencil and he is a professional member of the “International Guild of Realism”, and a signature member of the “Colored Pencil Society of America”.
David has been published widely e.g. in Ann Kullberg’s “Color” Magazine and her popular annual “CP Treasures Vol. III and IV”, as well as “Colored Pencil Magazine”. He lives in Prince George, Virginia with his wife Lorie, his son Chris, and his granddaughter Josie.
His primary subjects are still life and some human and animal portraiture. He has a great interest in realism and creating pieces with great contrasts between light and dark colours and tones. His subjects are balanced and precise with pieces created from the world around us that the observer can draw dramatic perspective, and positive emotion from and be inspired by the experience.