Bio

Daniel, an artist specializing in contemporary realism and miniature, exhibits in the Baltimore-Washington area and has work in private and corporate collections.
Born in Chestertown, Maryland, he was raised in the D.C. suburbs.
After completing the foundation program at MICA and a year of designing for Kensington Glass Arts he continued studies overseas at the Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork, Ireland. Settling in Baltimore, he currently lives and works at his studio on Baltimore’s Patterson Park.

2021
Holiday Exhibition, Bismark-Wilson Gallery, 1760 Bank St., Baltimore, MD

2020
The Human Form, Y:Art, Baltimore, MD

Human Condition, Athanaeum Gallery, 201 Prince Street, Alexandria VA

2019
Closer to the Sun, Gallery 1448

2018
The Bra Show, Y:Art, Baltimore, MD

Mural Installation, USDA, Whitten Building, Washington, D.C.

2017
Order out of Chaos, UMUC Arts Program Gallery University of Maryland University College

2015
Athenaeum Invitational, Alexandria, VA
Children’s Ball, Set Illustration, National Building Museum, Washington, DC

2014
Octoberworks, Gallery 1448, Baltimore MD

2009
It’s About Time, Gallery 1448, Baltimore MD

2006
Not to Scale, Target Gallery, Alexandria, VA
The Human Form, Gallery 350, Chicago, IL
The Will’s Creek Survey, Jack & Karen Zealand & John S. Davis DDS, PA Award Allegheny Arts Council, Cumberland, MD
Nude International, Lexington Art League, Lexington KY
La Petit XIII, Alder Gallery, Coburg, OR

2005
Recent Paintings, Craig Flinner Contemporary Gallery, Baltimore, MD

2004
Regional Juried Biennial Exhibition, Award of Excellence, Rehoboth Art League, Rehoboth, DE
Faces of Woman, Las Vegas Arts Council, Las Vegas, NM

2003
Solo Show, Craig Flinner Contemporary Gallery, Baltimore, MD
La Petit XI, Alder Gallery, Coburg, OR

2002
Food for Thought, Sheppard Art Gallery, Ellicott City, MD

1993
Washington College Annual Juried Exhibition, Best in Show, Illustration
Chestertown, MD

1991
National Diploma
CCAD, Cork, Ireland

1986
Foundation Program
MICA, Baltimore, MD

1986
Life Drawing with Janis Goodman
Corcoran College of Art
Washington, DC