David Noalia is a Spanish artist, who, in his art, makes the figurative and the abstract co-exist. The first serves as a base, while the second as inspiration. Nevertheless, the two are in a constant battle as the eye of the spectator blurs figures, spots and lines, breaking the balance that existed. "I know how it starts, but I never know how it will end," says David.
When he paints, the artist is constantly listening to his work. "It is when the horse takes on its own character and leaves me astonished, it is at that moment when I know that the work is finished, it is not a matter of time but of sensations".
For David the horse constitutes a universal theme. In art it is the most represented animal since prehistory. Originally from the Iberian Peninsula, the Andalusian horse is the centre of David's works, while simultaneously representing the essence of Spain: "passion, colour and elegance".
With great style David Noalia combines the artistic inspiration of horses, human faces and even landscapes, all awash in colour. The energy of his artworks, thus, attracts collectors from all around the world.