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A & E - Belfast - Waldo - Republican Journal
waldo.villagesoup.com, $reference.date [cached]
Belfast's David Estey will visit Camden Public Library to talk about his book, "Whoop and Drive 'er!
Growing Up in Aroostook County, Maine" ...
Waterfall Arts (Art Centers in Montville, Belfast, Liberty)
www.kingdomfallsarts.org, 19 July 2008 [cached]
Maine native David Estey is an award winning painter/printmaker who has taught and exhibited widely in the eastern US.His work covers a wide range of styles and media.He received degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design and George Washington University, and studied further at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts.
Waterfall Arts (Art Centers in Montville, Belfast, Unity)
www.kingdomfallsarts.org, 18 Jan 2007 [cached]
The Gallery will feature painter, ...
www.mainebusiness.com, 22 Nov 2007 [cached]
The Gallery will feature painter, David Estey of Belfast, sculptor Richard Whittier of Liberty, and Furniture Craftsman, Mort LaPointe of Topsham.
...Painter, David Estey first moved to Belfast from Fort Fairfield 50 years ago, when his father became the county agent.He was a self-taught 15-year-old artist, working in his attic at 49 Congress Street and dreaming of someday becoming a real artist.After being involved in countless school activities, designing the Crosby Lion, and working after school in Depositors Trust bank, he graduated at the top of his class from Crosby High School in 1960.He then earned a BFA degree in painting from Rhode Island School of Design and a MSA degree in public administration from George Washington University.He
studied a year in Italy, illustrated four years for U. S. Army Recruiting during the Vietnam War, took night classes 14 years at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
, and attended numerous workshops at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
and other places.
For over 26 years, Estey
had a career primarily in public affairs for Internal Revenue Service
in Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington, DC.In that role, he guided communications between IRS and the public and was spokesperson for many sensitive investigations of celebrities and government officials at the highest levels.He
even had his
own radio and television programs about taxes and produced the first nationwide tax-filing program on PBS television.
Five years ago, he
returned with his
wife Karen to live in their home and new studio at 16 Pierce Street in Belfast.Now he is an award-winning painter/printmaker who has exhibited widely and is a member of the board and an instructor for Waterfall Arts.
..."Greed and Envy" a painting by artist David Estey, will be on exhibit at the Royall Gallery Grand Opening Celebration
aarhusgallery.com, 1 July 2008 [cached]
David Estey is an award-winning painter/printmaker in Belfast, Maine.
has lived, taught, and exhibited around Baltimore, MD; Philadelphia, PA; Charlotte, NC; and mid-coast Maine.
work includes paintings and prints in a wide variety of styles and media, as well as an abundance of strong, expressive figure drawings in charcoal.
"My work often involves abstracted images that I want to be aesthetically dramatic from afar and equally compelling up close," Estey
"In this exhibit, I'm exploring new forms of things that are personally meaningful.
I expect they will also speak to the discerning few."
Estey was born in Fort Fairfield, Maine.
He has a BFA degree in painting from Rhode Island school of Design and a MSA degree in public administration from George Washington University.
studied painting a year in Rome, Italy, extensively at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
, at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
, and at many other places.
After illustrating for the U.S. Army
and a career in public affairs with IRS
in Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington, and retirement in Charlotte, NC, he
returned with his
wife Karen to live and work in their newly renovated home/studio at 16 Pierce Street in Belfast.
He is on the Board of Directors and teaches at Waterfall Arts.