Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Magic Mahomes Kingdom by David Luebbert
Iron Man Speed Painting by David Luebbert
On Top by David Luebbert
Old New Batman by David Luebbert
Lincoln Monument by David Luebbert
This Could Be Me by David Luebbert
Eurofighter Speed Painting by David Luebbert
Dynamics by David Luebbert
Coca Cola by David Luebbert
Young Desert Cowboy by David Luebbert
Young Lady by David Luebbert
Iconic American Cowboy by David Luebbert
Placid Lake by David Luebbert
Chipmunk by David Luebbert
Cozy Winter Place by David Luebbert
Big Fat Juicy Greasy Creamy Cheesy Breakfast Sandwich by David Luebbert
Red Race Car by David Luebbert
Nativity by David Luebbert
Curly Head by David Luebbert
Bighorn by David Luebbert
Constitution Speed Painting by David Luebbert
Audrey Hepburn Speed Painting by David Luebbert
Santa in the Sky by David Luebbert
It Really Is A Wonderful Life by David Luebbert
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About David Luebbert
Welcome to the online art gallery and print shop of David Luebbert. David is an Air Force veteran who served during the Cold War as a radar electronics technician working on NORAD systems for the Air Defense Command, and felt privileged to support the many aircraft that filled the skies of the United States. Some of that early digital computer knowledge he now uses in creating his artwork. Though a long time artist of first traditional media of all kinds he gradually became purely a digital artist. He uses pressure sensitive displays to mimic traditional artist tools, new digital artist software, 3D modeling and rendering programs on both mobile and desktop computers.
David now has a speed painting channel on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5Rd_HaogOKEcvrJ830p0ow?view_as=subscriber
Some of those final paintings are now found here.
David's monitor is calibrated so when his original on screen work is sent to Fine Art America's printers, a faithful and accurate print of it is made.