Contact David directly: scroll through selected completed artworks.
Browse works under the Artwork tab. The artist is happy to answer questions about any of these artworks, about availability, pricing, delivery, framing and hanging too. More are available that are not listed on this website. Works must be paid for (or payment plan agreed) before delivery can be finalised. The artist may also request a deposit depending on the value of the work.*
David offers a range of delivery options: from personal delivery, to specialist fragile-goods couriers and art couriers (depending on client budget). Works can be sent worldwide. Carbon offsetting is applied to each delivery, and UK delivery always aims to be by electric vehicle, unless handled via a gallery.
Visit David Cass' Scottish Gallery profile.
The Scottish Gallery's website: here. David Cass has been with The Scottish Gallery since 2011, where he has produced several solo exhibitions with the gallery, and has been involved in a variety of group showings.
They keep a small stock of his artworks, some of which you can see online. If you'd like to see what they have available in Edinburgh, contact Tommy Zyw: email@example.com (0131 558 1200). TSG are David's only Edinburgh gallery.
Newport-on-Tay / Dundee
Visit David Cass' Tatha profile.
See David's page on Tatha Gallery's website: here. Tatha is a beautiful space in Newport on Tay, Fife. If you'd like to see what they have in stock, contact Helen Glassford: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past Stockist: Courts House.
This National Trust property no longer keeps Cass' works in stock, but if you are nearby, please do get in touch with Sonya Rothwell, who can advise: email@example.com (07510874261).
Visit David Cass' Bohun Gallery profile.
See David Cass' page on Bohun Gallery's website: here. The gallery no longer keep a stock of Cass' works. If you know the gallery and would like to contact them, speak to Katie Newman: firstname.lastname@example.org (01491 576228).
Frequent availability directly from the studio in Notting Hill; through Bankside Gallery; Mall Galleries and more. Please contact the artist to find out more.
If in or around Oxfordshire, please get in touch with agent & consultant Alex Hammersley: email@example.com (07717774294). Alex has previously included David’s work in group showings and will be happy to answer questions.
Pay only for David's time
You provide the surface (or indeed wall – the artist paints murals too), and David will turn it into your own bespoke piece. The prices of many of his pieces are in part determined by where the 'surface' came from, and how much it cost to source and purchase. Maybe you have an old table, a set of antique letters or postcards, a wooden drawer or tray – something that means something to you.
Or, invite David to come and look around your barn / out-house / basement / attic. This way, you only pay for his time.
Maybe you've seen one of David's exhibitions, and you'd like a small souvenir. Postcards, sketches and matchbox-works are frequently available. Contact the artist directly to see what's in stock, or visit his eStore.
Due to the nature of Cass' works – his use of antique objects – the surfaces will naturally show evidence of their previous function. No artworks ever leave the studio without thorough termite investigation (in the case of wooden works). But be advised that when bringing wooden items into your home, you shoud check your own home for woodworm or damp. These factors will of course influence your painting. Damp environments are not advised for watercolour works, or works on metal.
Many metals used show evidence of age – this is welcomed by the artist and adds merit to the works – but to avoid rust from spreading it's best to keep in a dry and well ventilated environment. Watercolour works especially should not be hung in bathrooms. It is not advised to store works on metal (or, in oil) wrapped. By wrapping works you may be sealing in moisture – which may cause deterioration to the surface of your work.
If your artwork has been waxed, you will be advised of this upon purchase. Waxed artworks will require extremely light buffing one or two times per year, and must not be wrapped for prolonged periods. The artist advises the delicate use of an extremely soft bristled (natural-hair) polishing brush. All other works are partially sealed with the appropriate fixative. This provides a medium level of damage limitation but can not protect against (for example) spillages, exposure to steam or frost or surface scratching.
Of course, it's your decision how to display or care for your work, but the artist must stress that these are fragile works. They will remain as stable as such works can if they are properly cared for. For more cleaning or dusting advice please contact David: firstname.lastname@example.org. Owners must be aware that any hanging or care decisions are their own responsibility, whether the work comes fitted with hanging devices or not.
Commissions + Terms of Sale
Updated April 2018
You pick the size and the subject: the artist is happy to travel. Cass has worked around Europe on commissions for private individuals, as well as businesses – notably Frasers Apartment Suites, and Quartermile Edinburgh. David is part of Bespoke, the Mall Galleries commissioning service too. Please read the below.
*General payment: if commissioning work, clients must be aware that if initial payment (whether arranged in full or by installments) is not met within 30 days, the quote will increase by 5% for one month. If payment is still not met an increase of 10% for one extra month will apply; and thereafter the artist has the right to terminate the contract. The artist requests clear and open communication directly.
If sale is agreed on existing works, and payment is not made within 2 weeks, a deposit will be requested. Thereafter, the same rules apply as when commissioning work.
**Outcome of a commission: the artist decides when a commissioned work is complete, though requests for minor alterations are often possible at the artist's discretion. It is important to be aware that when commissioning works for specific spaces (wooden/found works) the surfaces that the artist sources may vary very slightly though always be fit for original purpose.