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David A. Koch

David Andre Koch was born in 1963 in Utah. He is a color impressionist painter of traditional western American subjects, including landscapes, still lifes, and domestic and figurative genre. He lives in Richmond, Utah.

Koch earned a degree in illustration from Utah State University in 1989. After working in industry for seven years, he pursued his interest in selling fine art. After three more years, he was able to work full-time at his art.

Koch's paintings featuring historic pioneer and religious themes are featured in the temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Nauvoo, Illinois. The former governor of Utah, Michael Leavitt, commissioned Koch for a painting that was part of the gubernatorial inauguration.

Biography adapted from Artists of Utah.

Kneeland Gallery

David Andre Koch (1963-), of Bountiful, Utah, is a color impressionist oil painter of traditional western-America subjects, including landscapes, still lifes, and domestic and rural figurative genre. His work is thickly pigmented with lively color. He is a full-time artist who sells through Southam Gallery.

Biography courtesy Artists of Utah.

Newspaper Articles

"A Celebration of Art & Soup." The Deseret News, April 20, 2003.

"A Cultural Bridge in Bountiful: Summer fest International will Feature Music, Dance and Art." The Salt Lake Tribune, August 6, 1999.

"Animation Art: Utahn Contributed to Cartoon Boom After WWII by Creating Cells for Disney." The Deseret News, December 5, 1993.

"Art Canvass." The Deseret News, November 9, 2003.

"Art Canvass." The Deseret News, April 13, 2003.

"Art Canvass." The Deseret News, August 25, 2002.

"Art Canvass." The Deseret News, June 4, 2000.

"Art Canvass." The Deseret News, June 12, 1994.

"Art Canvass." The Deseret News, December 12, 1993.

"Art Canvass." The Deseret News, August 22, 1993.

"Christmas Boutique Begins Nov.3." The Deseret News, October 21, 1994.

"Color of the Land." The Deseret News, August 19, 1999.

"Coming Up: Visual Art." The Salt Lake Tribune, September 22, 2002.

"Coming Up: Visual Art." The Salt Lake Tribune, April 7, 2002.

"Coming Up: Visual Art." The Salt Lake Tribune, August 12, 2001.

"Coming Up: Visual Art." The Salt Lake Tribune, February 18, 2001.

"Coming Up: Visual Art." The Salt Lake Tribune, October 10, 1999.

"Coming Up: Visual Art." The Salt Lake Tribune, December 3, 1995.

"Covering the Mainstream From Off the Beaten Path." The Salt Lake Tribune, July 9, 2000.

"Hot- Selling Cells Keep Business Animated At Cartoon Factory." The Deseret News, May 19, 1994.

"Juried Art Contest in Mount Carmel." The Deseret News, August 17, 2003.

"New Exhibits are Framed with Element of Surprise." The Deseret News, June 19, 1994.

"Participants in the 2003 Color of the Land Art Exhibit." The Deseret News, July 17, 2003.

"Participanting Artists." The Deseret News, March 31, 2002.

"Showing At Local Galleries." The Deseret News, February 25, 2001.

"Showing At Local Galleries." The Deseret News, October 1, 2000.

"S.L. Event to Mix Paris, Health." The Deseret News, April 11, 2004.

"Southam's Spring Soiree." The Deseret News, May 13, 2001.


Dunbier, Lonnie P. North American Artists: The Artists Bluebook. Scottsdale, AZ: AskART.com, 2000.


Coray, Steve. "Art and Soup." 15 Bytes, http://www.artistsofutah.org/newsletter/may02/page3.html (accessed October 23, 2008).

Southwest Art. "Artists to Watch." Southwest Art, June 2000.


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