Dan Feldman Gallery art spans an eclectic range of scale, media and subject matter. Contemporary sculpture, painting, drawing and mixed media influenced by the forms, colors and processes of the natural world.
“It is always my hope that the work I create will speak for itself and not require any sort of treatise to make it accessible. It is intended to be a visceral experience. I work in relative isolation and have little interest in what is current or trendy in the art scene. I do pay attention to historical precedents for what I’m doing and often choose to extend trails blazed by artists whose work I am drawn to.
I am primarily influenced by the forms, colors and processes of the natural world. Nature has always been a miraculous thing to me. I am always amazed by what I see. I love the sea – sailing in particular, I love flowers and gardening. Beauty is an important element of my work. I want it to be beautiful even if maybe it’s a little threatening at the same time.”