David Supper trained at Berkshire College of Art and Manchester College of Art and Design. Working at first as a Graphic Designer in Israel, he returned to Manchester to complete a PGCE. He ran a flourishing art department at The Forest School, Berkshire for 17 years.

David developed his individual style of painting which is described as 'hard edge realism'. It is characterised by the use of flat colour to describe the interplay of light and shade, and by the juxtaposition of jagged shapes, often simplified to the point of abstraction. David's work also features stage-like compositions, in which spatial relationships are explored between the background and objets trouvés.

David now paints full time and his work is attracting a lot of interest. He has sold a number of paintings in the last six months. David lives and works in West Bridgford, Nottingham.