ABSTRACT

These are the stories of two men called David who are both artists and who faced the intimidating mountain of making it in the world of art. Since when they were small, both had shown great potential in art, went on to develop it through school, and have grown up to become successful artists in very different ways. David Quinn is a wildlife artist who makes exquisite ®ne-detailed drawings and paintings of the natural world he loves. His work is widely published all over the world. David Baker is an architect who designs interiors, 3-D places in which people live and work. Their approaches to their artistry tie in with their personalities. The wildlife artist has in®nite patience to watch and draw with his extraordinary skills of quiet, precise observation. The architect is outgoing; he has generous empathy and interaction with human clients with whom he brainstorms.