What a wonderful show and thank you to all who came along to see Dan's gorgeous work.
Many paintings have found new homes and there are still some beautiful works available.
His new body of work continues an exploration of the theme of being on a journey. Experiencing the places and moments that stick in the memory and touch the soul.
When Daniel observes the landscape, he does not set out to record a likeness of a particular location, but rather seeks to engage with the profound effect it can have in experiencing it.
His paintings depict part-imagined places, and half remembered landscapes, captured mostly from his travel experiences and childhood. Often a narrative is alluded to but not fully explained. These suggested stories have an intimacy and warmth to them, drawing the viewer in.
During the painting process, he adds layer upon layer of glazes and washes, the pigment sinking into the surface, giving a heightened intensity of colour. His light brushwork bringing to life tiny details such as lanterns and starlight. The result being that each painting can be experienced as conversation of colour, light and form.
The exhibition will be held in a stunning gallery in the cultural hub of Notting Hill .
There will be a Private View on Thursday 14th July from 6pm and special events throughout the fortnight.
If you are interested in visiting the exhibition or would like early access to the collection please contact the curator Rachel Lartey
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