David Glover Gallery

Since 1968, David Lloyd Glover worked as a professional in the fine art industry.  As a published artist he was a full-time editorial illustrator and political cartoonist.  He then became a principal and major media advertising agency, and as an illustrator and graphic designer, created many award-winning ad campaigns.  In 1986 after retiring from the industry, Glover returned to creating fine art for galleries and museums.  He worked on a series of historical paintings for the Royal British Columbia Museum.  Twenty-seven originals remain in the museum’s permanent collection to this day. Glover’s work has been represented by galleries in Vancouver, Los Angeles, Mexico City, and Tokyo, becoming one of the most popular-selling impressionistic artists in Japan of all time. Additionally, in the past 10 years, Glover has also authored five how-to art books for Walter Foster Books for those who want to learn and apply his innovative techniques to their own painting.