David Thompson

ProSpark Studio - The Art of Dave Thompson

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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
3 months ago 
Fredericksburg Bridge From Kayak by David Thompson
20 x 16
 
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Sharon Hernly 3 months ago
Gorgeous!

 
David Thompson Posted Artwork 
3 months ago 
Virginia Stream by David Thompson
16 x 12
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
6 months ago 
To The Fair by David Thompson
8 x 10
 
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Sharon Hernly 3 months ago
Beautiful effect

 
David Thompson Posted Artwork 
6 months ago 
For A Friend by David Thompson
9 x 12
 
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Sharon Hernly 3 months ago
Love the color contrasts

 
David Thompson Posted Artwork 
6 months ago 
Hyperion by David Thompson
30 x 22
 
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Sharon Hernly 3 months ago
Nice

 
David Thompson Posted Artwork 
7 months ago 
The Road to Peace by David Thompson
8 x 10
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
7 months ago 
The Last Warm Day by David Thompson
8 x 10
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
7 months ago 
Walden Hall Pond by David Thompson
16 x 20
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
12 months ago 
Idun's Golden Apples by David Thompson
36" x 24"
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
15 months ago 
Cummer Museum Garden by David Thompson
Oil 20 x 16
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
15 months ago 
Jackson River Covington, VA by David Thompson
Oil 20 x 16
 
This is a view of the Jackson River taken during my wife's annual family reunion in Covington. Beautiful country with beautiful views.
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
Under the Bridge by David Thompson
Oil 12 x 12
 
Under the Bridge, 12x12. Oil.I painted this from a picture I took as we were kayaking this past summer. The fact that I managed not to throw my phone in the drink is a small miracle
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
Endings by David Thompson
Oil 8 x 10
 
Endings. 8x10. Oil.I love the way the light came through the glass and landed on the table like summer honey. It warms me up looking at it.
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
17 months ago 
Lemon half by David Thompson
Oil 6 x 6
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
17 months ago 
Miscommunication by David Thompson
Oil 16" x 20"
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
17 months ago 
Brothers by David Thompson
Oil 20" x 16"
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
19 months ago 
Fredericksburg-Goolricks by David Thompson
Watercolor 9 x 12
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
19 months ago 
Blenheim Vista by David Thompson
Oil 10 x 8
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
22 months ago 
Early Mountain Barn by David Thompson
Watercolor 30" x 22"
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
23 months ago 
Autumn at Ingleside by David Thompson
Oil 20 x 16
 
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David Thompson Posted Artwork 
24 months ago 
Boldrock's backyard by David Thompson
Watercolor 12 x 9
 
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Biography
My name is Dave Thompson.  ProSpark Studio started out of a drive to create.  The name is a derivation of the word "pro" meaning "first" and "spark" like the spark of an idea, or the beginnings of creativity. ProSpark is the origins of creativity for me, the excitement of starting something new, the elation of the unknown.
 
I have always enjoyed creating. I find that if things in my life start to get out of sync, it drives my need to create. Even as a child, I found this to be true. If I was bored, I often felt guilty for not taking the opportunity to create something. I have explored many different types of art over the years from wood carving, acrylics, watercolors, pen and ink, cold glass, warm glass and glass blowing.  All of them are opportunities to develop something that can be beautiful and sometimes functional.
 
Growing up, I was often fascinated with art - particularly cartooning.  I loved the dry humor of Berkeley Breathed and couldn't wait to read the next Bloom County or Garfield on Sunday.  I took that enthusiasm and cartooned and sketched throughout high school and started my own comic strip in college called "Mr. Effort".  He made semi-regular appearances in the Collegiate Times at Virginia Tech.  The name stuck and has been my online moniker ever since.
 
After college, I continued to expand my learning by learning stained glass at a local hobby shop.  That lead me to learn warm glass and to purchase a glass kiln where I learned traditional stained glass painting techniques.  Following that, I took classes with a hot glass artist in Richmond, VA and at the Corning Museum of Glass where I learned glass blowing techniques.  While I still love glass, renting the glass studio became too costly to maintain.  That lead [...]

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