Widely recognized for his realistic watercolors of Lake Powell and western landscapes, watercolorist David Drummond concentrates on attention to detail and mood. His expressive realist figurative work and still life paintings give testimony to talent, as do dozens of honors and critical acclaim in the national fine arts media.
Drummond, a career physicist with the U.S. Air Force, resigned in 1986 to paint full time. He returned again and again to Lake Powell and created a unique process to capture the subtle variations of light and shadow on water, which he teaches today.
Drummond's work is represented in public and private collections throughout the United States and Europe, including the White House Collection, National Park Foundation, and the St George, Utah Art Museum. He earned his American Watercolor Society (AWS) membership in 1986 and Watercolor West membership in 1987.