David Roche lives and works in Montréal, Québec, Canada.
Master in Plastic Arts and Bachelor of Arts – History, Havana University, Cuba.
Plastic Arts and Art History Professor, since 1977.
« The coexistence of abstraction and magical reality enhances our own personal way of perceiving and decoding the proposed formal and conceptual content. The artist proposes another way of discovering the complexity of the world around us by using innovative and unique techniques, including light in combination with material, creating explosions of color and strong contrasts. The result is a special synergy that transmits great energy to the audience, and invites them to undertake an irresistible journey in the unknown and uncertain.»
Raúl Francisco Horta Carballal
Art Historian University of Havana
His rich and diversified works of art received prizes, both nationally and internationally. They are found in private and public collections in China, South Korea, Thailand, the Unites States, Canada, Cuba, Mexico, Spain, and many other European countries.
He is a Professional Member of several Art associations, such as: the International Association of Art (IAA/AIAP), the Canadian Artists’ Representation (CARFAC), the Visual Arts Copyright Society (SODRAC).