David Bierk (1944 – 2002) was born in Appleton, Minnesota and earned his MFA at Humboldt State University, California. In 1971, he immigrated to Peterborough, Ontario.
Bierk exhibited extensively across North America. His work can be found in numerous museum and corporate collections including the Art Gallery of Ontario, National Gallery of Canada, Canada Council Art Bank and the Harvard Law School.
Detailed information and images of Portrait of the Townships – Series II are located here.
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Francois. Yes, we have record of the piece and would be happy to help you. Diane will send you an email shortly to give you an idea of value.
Hello, I have a signed by David print of Slave to the Grind (full image – not album cover) – I assume it was destined for Sabastian as a Christmas gift some years ago, given the personal message on the back of the print. How or can this be valued?
We are currently own the Lakefield home, once owned by his son Zack and were honoured to view many of David’s paintings in the main house before we bought the home in 2006.
There is another print of 2 men who appear to be boxing but we are not sure if this is of any value either. Any assistance you could provide would be much appreciated.
Hello Leslie, if you send images of the prints to info(at)dianefarrisgallery.com I would be happy to help you.