Two Churches

Two Churches

Side by side on 45th / Burnet Rd in Austin TX. Two churches. Created and needed by man.

We need to refuel our souls and our cars…

Color pencil on paper. 34.5″ X 24″


About David Fridlund

Born in Sweden 1974. Moved to Austin TX in 2009 w my wife.
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3 Responses to Two Churches

  1. David says:

    Hey David, this is an old D&tC fan writing… Is there any way to drop you a short e-mail? I am not on Facebook. Cheers! -David

  2. David says:

    Hi David,

    Okay, here we go. Straight to the point: I like your paintings very much, because they capture scenes (in this case: what you observe in your daily life) in a special way. And recently my wife and I were looking for an image that we could hang in our flat, and then I thought of one of your paintings. However we do live in Germany, and furthermore we can probably not afford paying for an original (at the moment, at least). So I was wondering: Can you do prints? We shuffled through your Facebook collection of images, and decided to ask you for the “Galveston Flowers”. We especially like the contrast between the gray houses and the fine flowers. So can you do a print of that, and send it to Germany? If yes, how much would that cost? For all your effort, we would of course pay in advance.

    And apart from that, I hope you and Sara are well. I saw you with the Citizens in Berlin and Potsdam several times (in fact I took the picture that is featured on David & the Citizens Wikipedia pages). And I listen to your stuff quite often still (love Amaterasu!!).

    All the best from Leipzig, Germany,

    P.S. Please reply to if possible. However I will be on holiday from 01-18/08, so might answer only after that period…

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