About the Artist

David Cunningham’s compelling realistic paintings have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums throughout the United States.

His work is found in both public and corporate collections including: St Meinrad Monastery, The University of Evansville, Fifth Third Bank and Vectren Corporation.

Mr. Cunningham is the recipient of numerous awards and honors. Recently, he received best of show in Fort Wayne Museum of Art’s Contemporary Realism Biennial and in the Swope Museum’s Wabash Valley exhibit.

David Cunningham was born in Carmel California in 1974 and was raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He currently lives with his wife Amber, his daughters, Mary and Colette, his sons, William and Samson, and their cat, dog, cockatiel and 4 chickens, in Indianapolis, Indiana. In addition to painting, David is a professor of Art at Franklin College where he teaches Painting, Design, Ceramics and Issues in Contemporary Art.