David Kupferman is a nationally known lyric abstract expressionist artist with over 40 solo shows. He had two solo museum shows at the Cape Cod Museum of Art, and Danforth Museum of Art , MA. and has shown in galleries in N.Y., Boston, Chicago, L.A., Miami, London, Paris, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Naples, Santa Fe, Washington, Houston & Iowa. He is in 15 museum collections including the Naples Museum, FL; DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA; Davis Museum,Wellesley College: U. of New Hampshire Gallery; Cape Cod Museum of Art; Museum of Fine Art-Springfield, MA; Mullen Museum, Boston College; Boston Public Library; MassCollege of Art; and Krannert Museum, Urbana; Stamford Museum, CT; and the Boca Museum of Art, FL. He is in numerous institutions and corporations like the Federal Reserve Banks of Boston and Chicago, JP Morgan Bank, LA, Anatole Hotel, Houston, Sheraton Hotel, LA, Fidelity Investments, Boston and is the recipient of some major grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and the Adolph Gottlieb Foundation. He was the subject of an hour long TV documentary.
Kupferman’s work combines spontaneous, gestural imagery with geometric abstract shapes of color and linear patterns that weave a tapestry of flowing images in a unique fusion of Eastern and Western styles. He paints while listening to classical Indian music, Vedic chants or some improvisational jazz which helps move the flow of energy where you can feel the rhythms, pulse and vibrating waves of sound expressed in paint. They relate particularly to Indian Ragamala paintings, Persian miniatures, Japanese and Chinese Zen screens and Western Cubism and abstract paintings. Some are more landscape-seascape oriented inspired by his summers on Cape Cod as well as the expansive Iowa skies called Light Waves and Sea Psalms with sublime atmospheric vibrations of unbounded lighted skies and eternally flowing waves that create a holistic visceral experience. His work is available in Iowa, Boston, and several other locations.