exhibited in group show
with United Hebrew of New Rochelle
April 7 - September 16

 David with his painting at the April 7th reception

   David's painting "Westchester Philharmonic" is in a group show with United Hebrew of New Rochelle at their Lazarus Gallery, 391 Pelham Road. On April 7th they hosted an artist's reception to premier the new exhibit entitled "The Visual Symphony: A Musically Inspired Art Exhitibition".

   The exhibit features interpretations of music and movement through a variety of work including painting, sculpture, photography, ceramics, collage and jewelry. The exhibit is open to the public, and will run through September 16. To see more photos from the opening reception, click here.

The UHNR has many programs open to the public and free of charge.
Visit the UHNR web site for more information.

[To view David's narrative biography
and a chronological list of all his exhibitions and other work, click here]. Photos shown below are in reverse chronological order, with the most recent first.

David and his wife Moira perform at the reception for his solo show of "Abstract Imaginaries"
on May 19th at Pleiades Gallery in New York,
as David's "Imaginaries" on the wall behind them dance to the music!


February 21 - March 17: 38th Annual Members' Ongoing Group Show, Pleiades Gallery, 530 W. 25th St., NYC; (646) 230-0056.

March 11 - March 28: New Rochelle Council on The Arts: Members' Showcase Honoring Thea Eichler; Lumen Winter Gallery, The New Rochelle Public Library, 1 Library Plaza, New Rochelle, NY; (914) 632-7878.

March 13 - June 15: Arts Westchester presents: Contemporary Rhythms, group, The Horizon at Fleetwood, 550 Locust Street, Mount Vernon, NY; (914) 699-1000.

March 24 - April 21: 4th BDAA Juried Group Show, Blue Door Gallery, 13 Riverdale Ave., Yonkers, NY; (914) 375-5100, info@bluedoorgallery.org.

April 3 - April 27: the Contemporary Artists Guild group exhibition: Tangential Vision; The Art Gallery at the Manhattan Borough President's Office, Municipal Building, 1 Centre Sreet, NYC, (212) 669-8300.

April 19 - June 15: Arts Westchester presents: Contemporary Rhythms group: Mount Vernon Public Library, 28 So. 1st Avenue, Mt. Vernon, NY., (914) 668-1640.

May 15 - June 9: Solo: Abstract Imaginaries 2012, Pleiades Gallery, 530 West 25th Street, NYC; (646) 230-0056.



Rye Town Park in Westchester County, NY held an exhibition of David's welded steel sculptures entitled "Seaside Steel" October 22 - November 19, 2011 at the south end of their pond.

A reception for the opening of the show was held on October 22nd, with more than 200 people in attendance, who enjoyed a few hours' strolling around the park's more than 20 acres of landscaped trails and lawns, seeing the sculptures, feeding the ducks in the pond, and enjoying the music of "The Pink and Green Café", the jazz quartet that performed at the event. To learn more about the park, a great natural resource, visit their website.

The 'Duck Pond' at Rye Town Park. The park is at 95 Dearborn Avenue just off Forest Avenue in Rye, on the Long Island beachfront.

-- Before the opening on October 22nd --

Above left to right: 1. David with one of his sculptures; 2. with Rye Town Park Director Fred Gioffre & Assistant Director for Park Development Bill Lawyer; 3. David putting finishing touches on a sculpture pedestal.


-- At the Reception --




Above left to right: 1. David with Bonnie Ackerman of the National Scholastic Chess Foundation; 2. with Bill Lawyer and the show poster; & 3. with NY State Assemblyman George Latimer, a long time supporter of Westchester arts.


Bill & David taking down the show.


David with the quartet: Left to right: Ron Rothenberg - Drums; Rob Flans - Bass; David; Kirk Ehrenreich - Keys; Anthony Massi - Sax.


KirkMusic Productions' quartet "The Pink and Green Café" setting up (left) and performing (right) at the Rye Town Park reception. KirkMusic provides live and DJ music for all sorts of events in the tri-state area, from classical to pop to rock. Visit their website  for more details.

[If you're interested, the full text of the press release for this event can be read here.] 

100 Martine Avenue, White Plains, NY

3/27/2011 The Journal News feature: "10 Things You Didn't Know About New Rochelle's David Tobey" is
here if you'd like to read it, [.pdf file] and/or see our media release about the show.



A presentation by Tobey at the White Plains Library Museum Gallery on Tuesday, May 31 preceded the final faculty meeting for The Pelham Jewish Center Learning Center workshop "Smart Art: Using Art in the Classroom" facilitated by Dr. Elissa Kaplan, lead educator of PaRDeS Yaakov, the professional development program for teachers in METNY religious schools. Pictured above are Ana Turkienicz, Education Director (center bottom row), Rabbi David Schuck (far left on back row), David Tobey, (center backrow), Dr. Kaplan (far right back row) and the faculty of the Pelham Jewish Center. David is available to groups who may be have an interest in hearing his thoughts on his own music and art, and on the subject of art education in general. Contact him for more information. To see a larger image of this photo, just click on it above.



Kathleen Masterson, Curator
Curator's Statement;
David Tobey, painter & sculptor



David with his sculpture
"The Conductor"

         David's opening on March 30th attracted more than 200 people, and everyone had a very enjoyable evening viewing the artwork and listening to David performing on violin with Kirk Enrenreich on keyboard. In case you missed the reception, the exhibition will run through June 15th, so try to see it at the gallery, on the second floor of the library at 100 Martine Avenue in White Plains. During the full run of the show, the Friends of the White Plains Library and The White Plains Library Foundation will each receive 20% of proceeds from all artwork sales.

         If you didn't catch either of David's two radio interviews with Bob Marrone on Good Morning Westchester, but would like to learn more about David not revealed on this web site, see the article "Ten Things You Didn't Know About David Tobey" by Linda Lombroso that appeared in the Life & Style section of the Sunday, February 27th Journal News here. You can also read Janie Rosman's March 31st White Plains Patch review of the show in her article that has more photos here.

          Tobey also performed on violin at the Sixth Annual Treasures Gala for the White Plains Library Foundation on Saturday, April 9, 2011 that was held from 7 to10 p.m. at the Library. For more information on this event, see the photos below.


        Josh Semendoff, a reporter and photographer from The New Rochelle Patch photographed David with his welded steel sculpture "The Conductor" [above] that was successfully sold within the first 20 minutes after the gallery doors opened. Josh also took the photos below.











         On Saturday evening April 9th David performed with Kirk Ehrenreich on piano at the White Plains Library Foundation's Sixth Annual Treasures Gala in the library Auditorium just adjacent to the Museum Gallery where his paintings and sculpture were exhibited through June 15th. The gala honored three dedicated community partners of the Library whose contributions benefited many people in White Plains and Westchester County. More information is in the White Plains Citizen Net Reporter feature article about it.

         Below are a few photos from the event with David pictured with the honorees, staff members and performing.


To view this photo larger, click here
(Left to center): The three honorees at the Gala: Dr. Joseph Hankin, President, Westchester Community College; Terry Kirchner, Executive Director, The Westchester Library System; James Benerofe, The Shirley Benerofe Foundation, & founder of Suburban Street News, Oped.com and WhitePlains.com.

(Center to right): Judy Nevins, President, The White Plains Library Foundation; Sandy Miranda, Director, White Plains Public Library; Tom Roach, Mayor, City of White Plains, NY; and David. [Photo: Paul Schwarz]


     (L. to R.) Sandy Miranda, Director, The White Plains Public Library; Kirk Ehrenreich, founder of Kirkmusic Productions & piano accompanist to Mr. Tobey; Libby Hollohan, Executive Director, The White Plains Library Foundation and David.
To view this photo larger, click here. [Photo: Paul Schwarz]


David on violin with Kirk Ehrenreich on piano. Selections were Archangelo Corelli (1653-1713) "La Folia", (Violin Sonata in D Minor, op. 5 no. 12) and a rousing modern version of "Tango".
To view this photo larger, click here.

       If you missed David's latest New York solo show at Pleiades Gallery in Chelsea November 2nd through 27th, 2010, a few snapshots of some of the paintings & sculpture in the show are below, followed by photos of the opening receptions on November 4th and 6th.
     To receive email or snail mail invitations to his future exhibitions, just send him an email. Click on any of these first gallery wall photos to see larger ones.

North wall with [l. to r.] paintings "African Song", "Quantum Ghost"
& "Dark Energy". Sculptures: "Illustrated Violin" & "Up Beat".
Photo right: detail of "Illustrated Violin" & the two paintings.

East wall with [l. to r.] sculpture: "Up Beat"; paintings: "Rain Forest", "Three Violinists", "Tango",
"Bird", "Where is The Treble Clef" , "The Chess Match" & sculpture [r.]: "Conductor"

PHOTO LEFT: South wall with sculpture [l.] "Conductor"; paintings: "Chorale",
"Under Water Party" & "Surge"; Sculpture [r.] "Suspended Squares".
PHOTO CENTER: "Violin in Red & Black" above small sculptures: "In Flight", "Little Tree" & "Balanced Clef".
PHOTO RIGHT: North wall with [l. to r.]: "Cellist", "String Quartet" & "Jazz Band".

PHOTO CENTER: "String Quartet", "Jazz Band" & "Boris Godunov"
PHOTO LEFT: "Crossbow"; PHOTO RIGHT: "Clef & Staff Construction".



David with Ellen Bradshaw, President of Pleiades Gallery and Emily Regas, Juillaird Associate Director of National Advancement and Alumni Relations [L] and guests at the reception [R].


[L to R] Kirk Ehrenreich on keyboard & David on violin; Kirk's wife Michelle singing; Juilliard graduate Nashta Hart playing the trumpet.

November 4 & 6, 2010 -- David's two receptions on 11/4 & 11/6 for his exhibition of paintings, sculptures and prints at Pleiades Gallery in New York, a benefit for The Juilliard School, were very well attended. Guests enjoyed musical entertainment by David himself on violin and performances by other professional musicians, some of whom were also Juilliard alumni. The show ran through November 27th.

A highlight of the exhibition was the first public display at an established art gallery of David's newest work in illustrated violins, shown in the two photos below. The one on the left is an illustrated violin on a stand, and the one on the right is the front from an old Juzek instrument that was irreparably damaged that David recycled as a work of art, displayed now in an enclosed shadow box. A few of David's recently created small welded sculptures were also new to his gallery collection and were displayed for the first time at this show.

An electronic copy of the media release for this event and more photos are available at


At the June 13th "Brunch & Browse" [L to R]: Dale Hipser & her husband cinematographer Charles Hipser, who's working with David on a series of interdisciplinary educational videos; David; Kathleen Masterson, Curator of the White Plains Museum Gallery where David is having a solo exhibition March 30 through June 15, 2011; and Billie Tucker, New Rochelle Opera Board president & Co-founder, & Treasurer of the New Rochelle Council on The Arts.

June 13, 2010 -- More than 100 people attended Tobey's "Brunch & Browse" public reception at the home of Yvonne Wynter at 52 Nob Court, New Rochelle Sunday, June 13th from 1 to 5 p.m. The event marked the mid-point of the six month exhibition of David's work there that opened on February 28th. (see below).

In addition to more than two dozen original paintings and a dozen of David's welded steel sculptures in this show, a selection of both limited edition and smaller open edition giclée prints of many of his paintings created since 2003 were available both as limited and open edition prints.

Also, David's prints of The Westchester Philharmonic, that he created for the orchestra in 2009 were also available, now in open as well as in the original limited edition, with a major part of the proceeds from sales to go directly to the orchestra.

The exhibition was available for viewing through the end of September 2010, but anyone who was unable to see it then, can attend David's current solo show at The White Plains Museum Gallery in the White Plains Public Library at 100 Martine Avenue in that city that opened on March 30, 2011 and will be thee through June 15th, 2011. Or to see other paintings and sculptures not in the White Plains exhibition, contact David by phone at (914) 632-8226 or by email .

An electronic copy of the media release for this event and individual photos are available at

March 1 through June, 2010 -- More than two dozen of David's original paintings and a dozen of his welded steel sculptures have been on continuous display at the home of an art lover and collector of his work in New Rochelle, NY. Photos below are from the opening reception for Mrs, Wynter's friends at the show that was held February 28th.

Photos [clockwise from left] David talking with Yvonne Wynter, hostess of the reception at her home (with house cat 'Mick' observing from the top of the stairs); David speaking with a group at the party; a guest looking at a book of David's art; David with Joanne Dimirco, President of Art and Frame 2000 of Bronxville, NY who represents David in New York and at galleries in Westchester; David with his violin and a piano accompanist preparing to play for guests and another group of guests who attended. [Photos by Hugh Brown of Briarcliff Manor, NY].

December 1, 2009 -- David was selected by the New Rochelle Council on The Arts as one of three members of the adjudication panel for selection of winners of the "Utopioptix" competition of the NRCA, a month-long show entitled "Visions of the Future, Then and Now" -- a collection of fantasy and science fiction type work by artists from the tri-state area. On Tuesday March 2nd, the jury panel shown below selected the first prize winner of the competition, and a reception and awards presentation was held at the exhibition, in the Lumen Winter Gallery at the New Rochelle Public Library on Tuesday, March 6th.

L. to R.: NRCA "Utopioptix" Exhibition Director Chris Arena
with jury members -- Director of the galleries at the College
of New Rochelle Katrina Rehn, internationally renowned
pop artist Charles Fazzino and David Tobey; with the first prize
winning art, a giclée: "The Searchers" by Ford Weisberg.


December 1, 2009 -- David's painting The Westchester Philharmonic was selected for the cover (left) of that month's issue of the orchestra's monthly newsletter, Overtones, along with an article (right) about his November '09 benefit exhibition in the newsletter. If you're interested in supporting the orchestra by purchasing a giclée of the painting, see the article (blue box, lower right) on page 5 of Overtones that you can read as a PDF in its entirety on this page on the Westchester Philharmonic's own web site; or contact the orchestra at 914-682-3707.

Gicleés of David's Westchester Philharmonic and of some of his other new paintings featuring musical subjects also were on display at the Phil's Winter Pops Concert starring Barbara Cook Sunday, December 20th at 3:00 p.m. at the Purchase College Performing Arts Center. These also are available for purchase, with all profits beyond the cost of their printing to benefit the orchestra.

November 13, 2009 --The opening party for David's November '09 solo show at BID Gallery 542, an art gallery established by the city of New Rochelle's Business Improvement District (see poster below) was a great success with more than 400 people visiting. In addition to the sale of more than a dozen of his paintings and giclées, everyone enjoyed live music by members of the Westchester Philharmonic String Ensemble and by keyboard artist Kirk Ehrenreich between sets. Toward the end of the evening, David and his wife Moira also performed on violin with Kirk accompanying them.


Above: The gallery entranceway, (left)
and (right) one wall of the South room off the main exhibition area.


Above: two views of the main North gallery area, (left & center)
where Tobey's most recent paintings & sculptures were displayed,
and (right) the front reception area visible as guests entered the gallery,
also dedicated to his most recent work.



Above: the print room, (left)
dedicated to the display of giclées and some earlier paintings & sculpture,
and one wall of a back room, (right) also for earlier work.


PHOTO LEFT: David at the BID Gallery 542 reception November 12th with Board members of the New Rochelle Council on the Arts (l to r): Christopher Arena, President; Judith Weber, Vice President; and Billie Tucker, Treasurer.

PHOTO RIGHT: (l to r): New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson; David; Ivar Hyden, New Rochelle Arts Commission Chairman and owner of Backstreet Gallery; and Joshua Worby, Executive Director of the Westchester Philharmonic.

Westchester Philharmonic String Ensemble members perform at the reception.


World renowned violinist Elmar Oliveira plays the violin with Tobey's painting 'Fantastique' in the background.

David's wife Moira, who is also a member of the Westchester Philharmonic, accompanied on keyboard by Kirk Ehrenreich.

The complete media release for this event can be accessed here,
or see the New Rochelle Downtown
Business Improvement District's
web page about the show.

5/17/09 -- David, who is a founding member of the Westchester Philharmonic orchestra, was a member of their Spring Gala Committee, and recruited some of the most famous artists in Westchester County, NY to create artistic violins that were auctioned at the gala, held on May 17th at the Ritz Carlton hotel in White Plains. Overtones, the orchestra's newsletter of July 1, 2009 featured Tobey in an article on his career as a violinist and painter that can be accessed here.

David with Westchester Philharmonic
Artistic Director Itzhak Perlman at the orchestra's Spring Benefit.
[Photo by Kathleen DeSousa-Smith]

David got five artists to contribute their works to be auctioned at the event, and a total of $27,050 was realized from the sale, all going to benefit the Westchester Philharmonic. Everyone attending the gala was also given a certificate guaranteeing 30% of any sale of David's late father's paintings from his collection would go directly to benefit the orchestra. More information on the artists, the violins and the event can be read on his media release for the event, and more photos from the gala can be seen on the Westchester Philharmonic's own web site.

Feb. 17 - Mar 14, 2009. Solo show at Pleiades Gallery, NYC -- At the reception on the 21st, David performed on violin along with Von Cello,the founder of the first cello-fronted rock power trio in history. Part of their performance can be seen by visiting this link on YouTube.

David Tobey (left) and Von Cello perform at the reception on Feb. 21st

More information in the form of the media release for this exhibition, and photos of paintings in this show can be seen on our media release page.

January 7-29, 2009 -- David's Solo show at Berkeley Gallery in the lobby of Berkeley College in Manhattan, 3 East 43rd Street ran through January 29th.

David with Bob Kieber, Director of the Berkeley Gallery

 This was the first of David's solo shows devoted exclusively to his new "pop" paintings based mostly upon musical themes.

The reception was held on January 13th, and a good number of people attended to see the new paintings, and the first series of color giclees of the images..

David naking some final adjustments on a painting in the exhibition

October - November, 2007-- David Tobey's painting Aboriginal Autumn, seen below left, was in an October and November group show with the Contemporary Artists Guild at the Gallery at The Offices of The Borough President of Manhattan, in the Municipal Building, in New York City.

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David Tobey
Aboriginal Autumn
Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 24
    The Curvilinear painting to the right, entitled "Fish" by David's late father, Alton S. Tobey (1914-2005) was also shown in this exhibition.

    Although Alton Tobey was best known for his realist historical illustrations and murals, he was also a modern artist, who created hundreds of abstract paintings during the course of his career. More of these curvilinear paintings can be seen on the curvilinear paintings pages of Alton Tobey's website.

Alton S. Tobey
Mixed Media on canvas, 24 x 30
ca. 1950

a benefit exhibition for the



PHOTO ABOVE LEFT: David seen here with his 3 x 4 foot painting "Reaching For The Cure" that he donated to The American Cancer Society for their benefit art auction at Le Chateau restaurant in South Salem NY on September 27th, with Martha Rodriguez of the ACS and Pleiades President Ellen Bradshaw.

PHOTO ABOVE RIGHT: David with ACS Eastern Division Regional Vice-President Rick Lepkowski holding the check for $1,695 that David donated to the ACS, representing 30% of the proceeds from sales of his work at the Pleiades show.One of David's small giclées on paper of the painting is in the background.

September - November, 2007-- David's painting, "Reaching for The Cure" was created especially for the American Cancer Society and donated by him for a benefit art auction at the ACS's Evening of Jazz, held at Le Chateau restaurant in South Salem NY on Thursday, September 27th. A photo of David with the painting was featured in the November 2007 issue of Art Business News in their Picture Gallery.[see photo below left]. David's painting "Reaching for The Cure" was also selected by author Aaron Minsky for the cover of his book "Beyond Faith" [see photo below right], along with 12 of David's other paintings as illustrations in the book as chapter headings. More information on "Beyond Faith" can be found on this web page.

The same week as the opening of the Pleiades show, David donated a painting to Westchester's Danny Fund, an organization that provides financial, emotional and advocacy support for the families of children under the age of 21 who reside in Westchester and the Bronx, for their fund raiser Casino Night at the New York Athletic Club in Pelham on September 28th.



This Pleiades exhibition, which David titled "Driving Force" included many other paintings, prints of "Reaching for The Cure" and his welded steel sculptures, & ran through October 13th. The exhibition featured paintings in which he had taken a number of varied artistic approaches in terms of technique over the past few years, with subjects that concern him personally. His own artist's statement about this show can be read on his artist's statement page. The September 2007 issue of Art in America described the David's paintings in the Pleiades show as "Human drama, subconscious imagery, and a playful imagination, all coalesce in paintings and sculpture".

Gallery & Studio magazine reviewed Driving Force, and the complete full-page article by Ed McCormack in the Fall '07 edition of G&S can be read as a PDF on our G&S Review page.

(The link above to the Gallery & Studio magazine review is a PDF file, which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader installed in order for you to access it. If you do not have Acrobat Reader installed on your computer, you can download a free copy of it by clicking on the small icon immediately below. Then, after you have read the review, use your browser's "back" button to return here.)

 At the September 29th reception there were refreshments and entertainment by keyboard artist Kirk Ehrenreich, who was a hit also at David's Westchester solo show reception at Cunningham Gallery in Hawthorne, NY in June '07, and who also entertained at Ms. Ellen Bradshaw's Pleiades opening receptions in '07.


A larger photo of "Reaching for the Cure" and Tobey's description of elements in the painting can be seen here.

June 19 - July 21, 2007 - -David's exhibition of paintings and sculpture at Cunningham Gallery in Hawthorne New York ran from its opening on June 19th through August 23rd. featured more than 30 of David's paintings and sculptures, along with two dozen new giclées of his paintings, created for this exhibition and and shown for the first time. The opening party was attended by over 300 people, featured entertainment by The Kirk Ehrenreich Duo, refreshments by Antonees Corporate Catering of White Plains, and a very enjoyable evening was had by all. Other sponsors of the event included law firms, a major bank and and other businesses in Westchester.

More details on the show were published on the Art Knowledge News website, and the complete list of sponsors who contributed to the success of the event, an interview with Patti Cunningham about her new gallery and photos can be found on our web newswire service page.

News about the exhibition was also covered by Michael Dandry, a prominent Westchester arts writer and commentator in his front page article about the show and its relationship to the arts in Westchester, in the Eastchester Record, which you can read by accessing the link highlighted below. The article may take some time to download, depending upon the speed of your connection.

          If you weren't able to see the Cunningham show, but would like to view 24 of the paintings in the exhibition, they are available in a PDF document which can be downloaded by clicking on the link below.

(The links above are to PDF files, which require Adobe Acrobat Reader installed in order for you to access them. If you do not have Acrobat Reader installed on your computer, you can download a free copy of it by clicking on the small icon immediately below. Then, after you have seen these pages, use your browser's "back" button to return here.)

November 9, 2006 -- 200+ guests attended the reception for Tobey's one-man show at Pleiades Gallery in Chelsea at 530 West 25th Street for David's benefit exhibition for the National Scholastic Chess Foundation, that ran through November 25th. Some dozen paintings and sculptures were sold, including his Bishop Takes Rook, shown below on the poster for the show. 30% of all revenue from sales went to the NSCF.

Tobey's work in the show was reviewed by Cornelia Seckel, Editor of Art Times, who described David's it as "mesmerizing -- so much movement and color". Ed McCormack, in his full page review of the show in Gallery & Studio magazine, wrote about Tobey's sculpture as "surpassing even that of [Julio] Gonzales," & his paintings as "continuing to evolve at a pace with his native talent".

The Gallery & Studio review in its entirety can be seen on the 11/06 exhibition's review page, and David's statement about his art in this show can be found in the media release about the exhibition.


Poster showing "Bishop Takes Rook"
the painting auctioned to benefit the Chess Foudation.

         "Chess masters strategize to formulate a dynamic approach to the game while creating concealed patterns and relationships within. The painting 'Bishop Takes Rook' was created to emulate this model.

         "By means of a multi-layered abstraction process, chess pieces have been integrated and hidden within the painting’s greater design. A sense of intuition and balance encompasses this piece to affect a comprehensive relationship between the arts of chess and painting."

-- David Tobey

Along with the paintings and sculpture, there was wine, snacks and guitar music by Michael Wengler.

May, 2006 -- The Contemporary Artists Guild selected two of David Tobey's works of art to be included in their annual invitational group exhibition at New York's Broome Street Gallery -- his acrylic painting "Passage" and his welded metal sculpture "Conductor".

Founded in 1968, The CAG is a group of carefully selected painters, sculptors and graphic artists, well known here and internationally. Their individuality of style, diversity of medium and fine workmanship can be seen in museums, galleries, publications and private collections.

David Tobey with his painting "Passage"
and Doris Wyman, CAG Director
at the Broome Street Gallery Opening.

February 12 - March 13, 2005 -- David studied violin in his early years at The Music Conservatory of Westchester in White Plains. Following a month-long solo exhibition of his paintings at the Virginia & Leonard Marx Gallery there, David's painting Exhuberance that was in the show was chosen for the cover of the Conservatory's 75th Anniversary program for it's student concert at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center; where David also conducted parts of the orchestral performances. PDFs of the two media releases for the exhibition and the concert can be seen here; or see this Larchmont Gazette article about the concert.


LEFT: the program cover (left) for the Music Conservatory of Westchester's 75th Anniversary Concert at Alice Tully Hall following David's exhibition at the Conservatory and RIGHT: David at Lincoln Center with the poster for the concert. [Click on either phote above to see larger images and then use your browser's back button to return to this page].

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