My name is David Fox and I have many things which I am passionate about. Permit me to tell you about some of them!
I am a painter, and produce a wide variety of different types of artwork, using a wide range of mediums (although mainly I paint in acrylic). My artwork is deeply personal, and often mysterious (even to me), as I work in a fairly intuitive manner sometimes. If you look me up on Facebook, most of my artwork can be viewed there, in the photos section. I paint a wide range of subjects from representational, to abstract, and a a whole lot in between...check it out!
I am a musician, and member of a band called Lazu Lie. Lazu Lie can be heard at: www.myspace.com/lazulieband
I also record and perform solo, under the moniker "Young Coconut"...like my artwork, my music is (I like to think) quite varied. Check it out! Many of the albums found at this link are free to download, while others ask for a small fee.
I am part of a locally operated record label called Fauxtown Records, along with several other very talented local acts, such as Lucky Stabb, Slender Loris, Grand River Orchestra, Livestalk, The Axxxidentals, Rob Smith, Nervous Wrecked, The Approachables, and more...check us out here: www.fauxtownrecords.com
I teach music! The instruments I specialize in include guitar, bass, and drums, with a special emphasis on recording, songwriting, and singing. I teach privately, either at my home studio, or I can do house-calls, if
you're in my local area (Kitchener/Waterloo/Cambridge). My teaching business is called Foxy Music...click
here for a short demo of me playing a song! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYywO9Asp34
I am a landscaper. I love working outdoors and I enjoy applying my art and design approaches to outdoor settings. I work with my father, an avid gardener and artist himself, and we specialize in "zen" gardens.
I am part of a group of artists working on a project called "The Many Faces of Cambridge", which is a project that is focusing on painting portraits of citizens of Cambridge. These portraits are hanging all over Cambridge, and once there are 100 portraits, there will be a big show where with proceeds going to charity. Here's a link: http://www.themanyfacesofcambridge.com/Cambridge_Portraits___The_Many_Faces/introduction.html