David Baker describes his paintings as being, in the simplest sense, a mix of realist scenes: interior, landscape, still life and portrait. ‘They are my attempts at understanding the links between my sense of visual harmony and my emotional response to a scene,’ he says. As such, the paintings have become vehicles for examining and preserving the moments wherein visual and emotional elements come together to create a poignant dialogue. ‘I look for paintings in the residue of time passing and falling quietly around, in silvery scenes containing the stillness [...]
"I can so relate that to a time in my life when laying on the couch while the children amused them selfs equaled a weekend at the spa. Bravo. You captured my memories, my emotions and what is now a ver"
"could he be the next Norman Rockwell......he is as realistic as Rockwell was with as much feeling. ..."
"not only does he depict the nature of his subject perfectly through composition and color schemes, but he captures the nostalgic effects of family and simpler times. you can feel these paintings."
"'late october' this is touching,,i like this one,,sweet & young, mother is busy handling her child,, just like fresh stage of a mother,, dedicated and loving.. a lil visible smile on the mothers "