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Art is a metaphor for life.  Both begin as nothing-- the point before the "big bang" and the realm of complete nothingness or everythingness -- the realm of infinite possibility.  The infinite artist gives us the infant human being as an empty vessel, and the human artist constructs the blank canvas.  Both forms are like mini universes unto themselves.  Their physical forms conscribe set limits of space and time.  Yet within these boundaries, the realm of infinite possibility is still in full force.

With each breath or stroke of the brush, choices are made, whether conscious or unconscious which irreversibly  fill the vessel or canvas until it is transformed into the feeling of an experience before being recycled.

   David Vigon – December 2018  



Amherst College: studio art/art history

New York Studio School: studio art

New York School of Visual Arts: studio art

Mannes School of Music: piano and composition

Fashion Institute of Technology: clothing design



--chosen to participate in PROJECT DIVERSITY, an 18-gallery, multi-venue show of emerging artists working in Brooklyn, sponsored by Danny Simmons of Rush Philanthropic Art Foundation, spring 2005

--finalist in national juried online July 2005 competition at Projekt30 



--“FAR OOOT”, Downtown Magazine, NYC,  1986, article by Jerry Schwartz, photo by Neil Roberts                                                                   --IN BROOKLYN, BROOKLYN EAGLE/ Brooklyn Heights Press, Oct. 12, 2006: photo of painting published in “Up and Coming” section of gallery exhibition announcements.

--“Holy Water & Water Colors”, Neighborhood News/ GREENLINE, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY, Oct, 2005: painting photo featured in article by Genia Gould about St Francis of Paola exhibit.



Downtown Beirut Gallery, 1986, NYC

Gas Station gallery, 1990, NYC

Downing Street Gallery, 1990, NYC

American Irish Historical Society, 1991, NYC

Limelight, 1992, NYC

Gargoyle Mechanique Laboratory, 1992, NYC

Café Asta, NYC, 1992

Curry/Bryant Gallery and POSH Gallery, 2004, NYC

Pegasus gallery, 2004, NYC

The Townhouse, 2004, NYC

American Airlines, 2004, NYC

Chase Bank, 2005, NYC

Fading Ad Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 2005

Buzzer Thirty gallery, Queens, NY, 2005

Gallery 718, Brooklyn, NY, 2005

Fillmore Atlantic Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2006



Stockwell Gallery, 1988, NYC

Bullet Space, 1991, NYC

CBGB’s Gallery, 1993 & 1994, NYC

Space Station Gallery, 2003, Brooklyn, NY

SK417 Gallery, 2003, NYC

BWAC Small Works, 2003, Brooklyn, NY

ArtGroup, O.I.A., 2004, NYC

BWAC, Pier Show 12, 2004, NYC

Fresh Fruit Festival, Clement Soto Velez Cultural Center, 2004, NYC

Object Image Gallery, 2005, NYC


Concepto Gallery, 2005, Brooklyn, NY

Stacy Stewart Smith Gallery, 2005, NY

theXpo at Gallerie, 2005, DUMBO, NY

St. Francis of Paola, 2005, Brooklyn, NY

St. Cecelia’s Church, 2005, Bklyn, NY

Diamonds and Oranges Gallery, 2005, NYC

Tastes Like Chicken Art Space, 2006, NY

BWAC, 2006, Brooklyn, NY

LaSalle Academy, 17th Annual Spring Gala, 2008, NYC

Arts@Renaissance, Last Dance @ The Old Gem, Brooklyn, NY 2015

Gallery Nowhere, with Pete Missing, 2015, NYC

BWAC, 2017, Brooklyn, NY (Spring, Summer, nd Fall exhibitions)

WAH Center,19th Annual Salon Exhibition, 2018, Brooklyn, NY 

LICA/Plaxall Gallery,"Escape Velocity", 2018, LIC, NY

BWAC, 2018, Brooklyn, NY (Spring, Summer, and Fall exhibitions)

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