Award - January 2021 - Chosen as one of 15 finalists for Artwork of the Year 2020 at . Click anywhere here to see the 15 artworks.

Click here for a portrait of Joe Biden or Kamala Harris (sold)
with links to Fine Art America where prints and frames can be ordered in many different sizes to fit your special wall space.

Most recent artwork - "Gateways" (below), 72" x 48"', completed January 2021. Click on the image below for a more detailed view from my Artwork Archives web page. Even more views are available at my Singulart web page.

 "Gateways", 72" x 48", oil on canvas, $9000

"Gateways" was finished 7 Jan 21 and will now dry for one month before final varnishing.  This will deepen the blue-black sky and enrich all the colors more than you will see in these current images.  In the additional images section I include several work-in-progress photos as well as detailed views of several areas of the painting.  The photo showing the work on its side is where the artwork will rest as it dries.

The idea for the painting came from a vision I had over 50 years ago about how our day to day reality and the eternity of the present are connected.  Are the buildings worms and snakes being sucked into the stars, or are the stars openings into forever from which all our realities pour out into our existence?  I am the male figure in the street.  The woman in the window above the man is my wife, Emma.  We, like you, are here for a little while.  Amazing, eh?  Enjoy!  I will post new photos once the varnishing has been completed.

"Here We Are" (below), 40" x 72"', completed Sept 2020. Click on the image for a more detailed view.

                             "Here We Are", 40" x 72", oil on canvas, $7500

In the midst of dark times politically, economically, and in terms of the pandemic, "Here we Are" shows the wonders of nature and the possibility for serenity and happiness on our small planet.  The giant star is an X-ray image of our sun.  The title asks the viewer to focus on the here and now, which is the gateway to all universes. The honeybee is actually closer to the viewer than the flowers in the foreground, a natural shock generator that attempts to wake the viewer up to the importance of the present.

"Topology 101" (below), 4' x 6', completed July 2020. Click on the image for a more detailed view.

"Topology 101: Imagine Space Inside-Out", 44" x 72", oil on canvas, $7500

"Topology 101: Imagine Space Inside-Out" - click here for commentary by the artist

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Globally, I am represented by Singulart and Art Sleuth.

Artsy Shark Features Dave Martsolf, November 2020

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2021 - Exhibitions

"January Members Salon" - @ the W Gallery, Wayland, MA

"Color it Green" - Group Show - ALL Arts Gallery, Lowell, MA, Jan 8 - Feb 28

Solo Show - Greenberg Gallery, Arts League of Lowell, Lowell, MA - June

2020 - Exhibitions

Second Place - "Weather Art Competition" - Art Room Gallery (online)
"For the Love of Earth" - @ the W Gallery, Wayland, MA, Nov-Dec

"Eighth Annual One" - ArtsWorcester, Worcester, MA, September

"Resilience" - Members' Show - Gallery Z, Lowell, MA, September

"Gravity/Levity" - ArtsWorcester, Worcester, MA, July 9 thru August 16
"March Members Salon" - @ the W Gallery, Wayland, MA, thru March

"Faces" - Group Show - ALL Arts Gallery, Lowell, MA, Feb 28 - Apr 19

"Bodyscapes" - Juried Show - Gallery Z, Lowell, MA, Mar 4 - Mar 29
"April Members Salon" - @ the W Gallery, Wayland, MA, thru April

"Transitions" - ArtsWorcester, Worcester, MA, Mar 20 - Apr 18

"Through the Eyes of a Child" - Solo Show - Greenwald Gallery/ALL Arts Gallery, Lowell, MA, June, 2021

2019 Festival Shows

Sugarloaf Crafts Festival, Chantilly, VA,  (Washington, D.C.) December

Sugarloaf Crafts Festival, Oaks, PA (Philadelphia) November

Paradise City Arts Festival, Marlborough, MA (Boston) March

2020 Recent Artwork

You can view ALL my work in chronological order at my Artwork Archive by Clicking HERE.

To view smaller abstracts click HERE.

My current ongoing Dance Series features original abstract flowing line designs complemented with pastel or bold background colors.  The first in the series, "Dance 1" is shown below.  Click HERE to see the entire series to date.

"Dance 1" 24" x 36"
This is the first of a series of "Dance" paintings that emphasize the abstract 
flowing quality of the drawn line above all other visual considerations.

oil on canvas $1500 - write to for purchase

I also continue to create other larger oil paintings  In these paintings the line creates recognizable objects.  Click here to see the collection. Several examples are below.

"The Cloud Wizard" 24" x 48"
oil on canvas $2000 - write to for purchase

"Cumulus Party" 30" x 48"
oil on canvas $2600 - write to for purchase

"Sunrise" 24" x 48"
oil on canvas $2000 - write to for purchase

"Billboard Man"  30" x 48" 
  oil on canvas  $2600

Print Options/ Billboard Man

My smaller abstracts have become very popular of late.  Click here to see this recent work. One example is below.

"Burst"  16" x 20"  oil on canvas   $700

You can also click HERE to see other collections of my work in different mediums.

Dave's early surreal oil paintings can be viewed below.

Click on the image below for an enlarged view and purchase information.  

"Windows of Allegory" - 32" x 48" - 1979 - oil on canvas - $4000

"The Cathedral" - 31" x 50" - 1979 - oil on canvas - $4000

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Prints are available either on canvas or high quality paper.  Framing options are also available.  All print orders are managed and shipped by Fine Art America.  This web site produces very high quality prints.

Click here for a recent article regarding my artwork from the Merrimack Valley Magazine's June 2019 online edition.