David Cook (artist)

David Wayne Cook is an American painter, sculptor and installation artist functional primarily when found objects. He has as a consequence coauthored a book, Lemonade for the Lawnboy, that sophisticated became a play. Cook works primarily in imitation of found objects - tar, litter, rebar, cement, scrap metal and wire, light fixtures, plaster, shredded tires, mufflers, vines - and occasionally vegetation. He has a hot relationship when Duck Tape because of his use of their product in his flower bombing. He often paints to music, once on public display,[unreliable source?] and has a series of paintings based upon music.

In 1998 David became the featured player at “Around the Coyote”, a Famous art festival/competition in Chicago. His fake was included in the curator’s unconventional in that competition.
Around that time, his play was displayed in several galleries in Illinois, including Yello Gallery
and Dramaticus Fine Art Gallery

In complement to painting and sculpture, Cook is known for flower bombing, planting tall flowers constructed from wood, paint and Duck Tape without notification or publicity. He flora and fauna the flowers in places where they will bring brusque joy to passersby, including hospitals and nursing homes.

Cook's art can be seen in a Minneapolis restaurant called Hell's Kitchen and Rosenthal Contemporary Interiors.[unreliable source?] He did a mural at Theater Latté Da.[unreliable source?]

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