Goyette defines his new abstract expressionist collection as the “Architectural Sketch Series.” In each of colourful six paintings – all depicting actual buildings – David combines his love of building form with the creativity of the architect and the playfulness of the artist. The result is a fluid portrayal of the emergence of new urban spaces. It is as if we are witness to the progress of the work of the architect: first, the freehand sketching of the basic components of a building; and second, the creation of its essential components presented in abstract. The progress reveals both motion and the anticipation of completion.
Each piece also reveals a consistent theme in David’s work, that being the relationship of order and disorder, as expressed through the formality of the building components on one hand, and freeform sketching on the other.