January 9, 2015 - February 21, 2015
Gallery Talk - January 26, 6:30PM
Daniel's paintings are biased, imperfect visual transmissions painted from life, of the friends, family, and acquaintances that are a part of his personal story. It is a way for him to connect to living; to connect to an inner narrative that stems from an understanding of one's role and experience in the world. These works are a response to his experience of looking, which while very personal, can also invoke a universal recognition. For Daniel, working from observation is not an end but rather a beginning point for an emotional, formal, and imaginative statement of exploration. He believes in the responsive energy that comes from painting directly from the subject: the give and take between painter and subject, painter and painting.
Saturday, February 21, 2015
Gallery 5, 5th Floor of the ADMN Building 400 The Fenway, Boston MA 02115