David Kammerzell

Artwork

AKA The Good Guy

David Kammerzell

AKA The Good Guy

oil on printed paper mounted on panel

16 x 13 in (40.64 x 33.02 cm)

original price $1,200 PROMO $960

Boardwalk  Bowl

David Kammerzell

Boardwalk Bowl

oil on canvas

17 x 21 in (43.18 x 53.34 cm)

original price $1,800 PROMO $1,440

Buck, #19/50 (19/50)

David Kammerzell

Buck, #19/50 (19/50)

archival ink on canvas

22 x 22 in (55.88 x 55.88 cm)

$800

El Pescado

David Kammerzell

El Pescado

oil on panel

7 x 5 in (17.78 x 12.70 cm)

original price $450 PROMO $360

Kicking Up Dust, 2019

David Kammerzell

Kicking Up Dust, 2019

oil on panel

12 x 10 in (30.48 x 25.40 cm)

$1,000

La Belle Aurore

David Kammerzell

La Belle Aurore

oil on cradled panel

8 x 8 in (20.32 x 20.32 cm)

original price $800 PROMO $450

The Golden Mean of Saturday Night

David Kammerzell

The Golden Mean of Saturday Night

oil on linen

20 x 16 in (50.80 x 40.64 cm)

original price $1,600 PROMO $1,280

What Goes Up

David Kammerzell

What Goes Up

oil on cradled panel

6 x 6 in (15.24 x 15.24 cm)

original price $450 PROMO $250

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David Kammerzell
Kammerzell Prints Now Available In the early 90’s, David Kammerzell began working in television creating graphic animations for CBS Channel 4 in Denver. Three years later he moved to Starz, a premium cable network with more than 17 channels. David received many industry awards there, including regional Emmys. He was promoted several times, eventually to Director of On-Air Design, the head of the entire department. During that time David painted on the side whenever time would allow. Early in 2013, after nearly 20 years at Starz, David left his position and now pursues painting full time. David paints vintage cowboys, landscapes and figures, hyperrealized through juiced-up colors, dramatized scenery, and other touches of idealism layered over the plain record of history. He employs the vocabulary of advertising and illustration, especially harkening back to the golden era of advertising. He seeks to put the viewer in a nostalgic narrative; a bittersweet environment where the boundaries of memory and longing are blurred. David’s work is informed by the great illustrators of the early 20th century and pop culture. Either overtly or subtly, these influences are usually prevalent. 
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