Born in Australia in 1958, David Serisier completed a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Sydney in 1979 and later trained at the New York Studio School between 1988 and 1992.

Serisier has been painting for over twenty-five years and has exhibited worldwide, most notably in New York. The focus of his abstract painting process has been directed towards the perception of colour and light questioning issues of materiality and immateriality.

His work has been included in group exhibitions including the Wynne Prize and the Moet and Chandon Prize. He was awarded the Milton Avery Painting Scholarship in 1989 and a Victorian Arts Board residency at Greene Street Studio in New York in 2002. Serisier has lectured in Sydney at both the National Art School and the College of Fine Art.

David Serisier s work is represented in many significant public, corporate and private collections, including the National Gallery of Australia, New England Regional Art Museum, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, Orange Regional Gallery, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Charles Sturt University, Artbank and JP Morgan Chase Bank.