Fine Art in Colored Pencil, Watercolor and Graphite

Fine Art by David Hoque

Art Pieces in Colored Pencil and Watercolor


Bucură-te. Domnul a înviat!

Title: Bucură-te. Domnul a înviat! 14x17" on Strathmore 300 Bristol paper Polychromos, Pablo, Prismacolor and Luminance colored pencils Reference: My photo

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art tea service draped in red

Draped Tea Service

This portrait is 15x22" and comes framed to an expanded dimension 20x27". It was done with light-fast artist grade colored pencils on high quality Stonehenge paper. This piece was also featured in the October, 2016 issue of Ann Kullberg's "Color" magazine.

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Purple Iris’

This is a 12x16" watercolor done on 140pd Arche CP watercolor paper and painted with Mission watercolors. The photo that the piece is based on was taken by watercolor artist Terry Kryzac. I can mount this piece on foam backboard for free if requested

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Supercharged 1931 Ford Coupe

Supercharged 1931 Ford Coupe

This is a 14x11" colored pencil piece done on Strathmore 500 bristol paper of a photo taken by professional photographer Judy Parsons Smith. The original is listed for sale without frame.

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art  Josies portrait

“Ms Josie”

This portrait is 11x14" and was done with light-fast artist grade colored pencils on high quality Stonehenge paper.

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This is an 11x14" colored pencil on vellum paper. It comes unframed and mounted on a foam backboard.

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“Abby and Romeo”

This piece was done in premium artist grade colored pencil on suede mat-board. It measures 11x14" and received "Noteworthy Mention" in the Colors of Humanity Art gallery 2016 on-line impaneled jury art exhibition. It was selected among 127 entries from 23 states and 11 countries. It was also featured in the February 2016 edition of Ann Kullberg's "Colored Pencil Magazine" and appears in her new book "CP Treasures Vol. 4" . "Abby and Romeo"  was also selected among the top ten pieces in the 2016 Light, Space and Time, On-line Art gallery's Animal Art Exhibition and received  "Honorable Mention" [Painting and Other Category].  The gallery received 900 entries from 24 different countries from around the world, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Croatia, Estonia, France, Germany, India, Iran, Israel, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Romania, Russia, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, Ukraine, and United Arab Emirates. In addition, the gallery received entries from 42 different states.   The subject was provided by fellow artist Janine Meister.

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“Tiger in the Sunderban Delta”

This piece was done in  premium artist grade colored pencil on white suede mat-board.  It is 11x14" and comes unframed. It also won "Honorable Mention" in the 2015 Animal Art Exhibition sponsored by the Light, Space and Time On-line Art Gallery.  The exhibition included submissions from 724 total entries from 39 different states and 22 different countries from around the world, including Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Monaco, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Spain, St. Maarten, Sweden, Turkey, and the United Kingdom.  

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This piece won Second Place in the Fusion Art Gallery’s 2015 international on-line jury impaneled “Animal Kingdom” art exhibition. This show and competition was among outstanding entries from 23 states and 11 countries. It is an 11x14" piece done in premium artist grade colored pencil on suede mat-board. Please see the posted results of this award at

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About the Artist

David K Hoque

David K Hoque was borne in Monterey, California on April 8th, 1961. He is a professional fine artist who specializes in rendering realistic art pieces  in colored pencil, graphite and watercolor. He was formally recognized for his talent at the age of 16 when he received a National Golden Key Award for a block print he did while in middle school while his family was stationed in Hawaii. 
David is primarily a self taught artist but has formal training with advanced art classes he took in high school. He also received formal training with internationally recognized artists such as Cynthia Knox, David Jamieson and Gemma Seufferlein Gylling. Some of his favorite artists growing up were Andrew Wyeth, Frank Frazetta, and Rembrandt. He also enjoys studies in hyper-realism by Emanuele Dascanio and other superb colored pencil work by Cecile Baird. 
David served his country in the US Army for 21 years and retired honorably in 2000. He has lived in and traveled to many countries and has gained a unique perspective as it apples to his art.  Since then he has enjoyed a personal artistic renascence and has won awards in several exhibitions with the Fusion Art Gallery, the Light, Space and Time Art Gallery, and Colors of Humanity Art Gallery. He also has had several pieces published in Ann Kullberg’s monthly colored pencil magazine “Color” and had a piece published (with narrative) in her “CP Treasures Vol IV” colored pencil book. David also had a watercolor piece published on the cover of the 2nd Armor Cavalry Regiment’s “Thoroughbred” magazine.   
David is a member of the Colored Pencil Society of America and had a piece juried in to show at their annual colored pencil exhibition in 2016, the first year he joined as a member earlier that same year.    
Although he does some human and pet portraiture on commission,  he primarily enjoys exploring and studying his own subjects in his artistic journey.  David also frequently donates his pieces to worthy causes or people in need or suffering hardship. He considers his talent a gift from God and it’s his way of giving back to honor that gift. 
David’s ambitions include becoming a signature member in the CPSA and continuing to work on becoming nationally recognized in his primary medium. He is primarily interested in producing pieces that push colored pencil to its limits. He has a heavy hand and draws in bold but precise hues and  enjoys subjects exploring the interesting contrasts between light and dark tones  He enjoys studying and creating  pieces with reflection, still life, the animal world and human portraiture as his prime subjects. 
He is currently a magistrate and works for the Commonwealth of Virginia and plans to work in that occupation for at least 8 more years. After he retires he plans to dedicate the rest of his life to his family and to the study of colored pencil and watercolor. 
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“Jon,  Army of Northern Virginia Mechanized Cavalry”



“Marisa’s Nephews”



‘Edmund Ruffin Fire Eaters Color Guard 2016’



“A Splash of Color and Harness”