David Linthicum won many awards before graduating
from Lamar University with a degree in Art. After working as a commercial artist, he found that was not his niche.
Studying the works of Winslow Homer, he changed his medium of choice to watercolor and continued his studies at San Antonio
Art Institute and later on an advanced degree at Stephen F. Austin University.
His love of the outdoors influences his work in
seascapes, landscapes, and wildlife art. His paintings of ducks and geese are displayed and well known in the Coastal
After retiring from a career in marketing, he has devoted
full time to his painting. In 2002, his love for fly-fishing took him to Missouri where he continuined his love
of wildfife art. Then in 2012, he returned to his native Texas and continued painting.
He was a board member of the Lebanon Art Guild and is
a member of the Missouri Watercolor Society, the Texas Watercolor Society, the Louisiana
Watercolor Society. Relocating to the Texas hill country in Wimberley, he joined the Wimberley Valley Art Association.