Henry David Potwin

"Large Underwater Fish Painting" Colorful Realist Coral Reef Seascape Painting 2000s



Oil Paint, Canvas


Contemporary seascape painting by Henry David Potwin. Colorful and vibrant coral reef painting incorporating fish colonies and various marine plants. Signed by artist on bottom right corner. Currently unframed but framing options are available.

Artist Biography

Born in Dallas, Texas David Potwin is the oldest of three children. He first started to paint at the age of eight years old. As a young boy, Potwin's family would spend summer vacation in Taos, New Mexico. During the family vacations in 1965, he met artist Eric Gibberd who became his mentor for years to come. David attended the University of Houston Fine Arts program from 1969 to 1974. He studied alongside and under a great group of artists in a building called "The Annex." His subjects range from landscapes, portraits, cityscapes to those that are personal to the artist, idiosyncratic, humorous and socially aware. His works incorporate life experiences, connecting philosophy, physics, sociology, emotion, mysticism and eroticism with craftsmanship. Tweaking the colors to tease the eye with a sense of light and expressed energy. His work is best defined as 'conceptual realism' or perhaps, 'conceptual impressionism.'


H 52 in. x W 62 in. x D .38 in.