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I hope to always be a student. When an artist is done growing their work is no longer evolving. I never want to become a machine.
P.O. Box 192 Hilbert, Wisconsin 54129-0192 | email: firstname.lastname@example.org | call: (920) 462-0909
Exhibitions,Demonstrations, and Media:
2015-Present. Exhibiting ongoing at Hilbert Art & Antiques LLC.
July-Aug 2013 33rd Annual Secura Fine Arts Juried Exhibition, Trout Museum of Art
July 20th 2013 Artarma - Eagle River, WI
Award of Excellence
Jan-Feb. 2013 The Lincoln Project, Appleton Public Library.
Sep.-Oct. 2012 Farm to Plate, Trout Museum of Appleton, WI
Juried Exhibition, 1st place
June-July 2012 Solo Exhibition, Gallery 3, Manitowoc, WI
April, 2012 32nd Annual Secura Fine Arts Juried Exhibition
Trout Museum of Art, Artists Biennial Show 2013
Sheboygan Visual Artists Member show 2011/ 2012
NE Wisconsin Visual Artists Member shows 2010/2011
Oshkosh Gallery walk-Grand opera house 2010/2011
Art on the Prairie –Brillion, WI 2011/2012
Studio 213 llc –Appleton, WI
The Appleton Post Crescent, February 2015
Fox Cities Magazine February 2013
The Appleton Post Crescent, August 2nd, 2011
The Brillion News, July 28th, 2011
McCain Life, January 2011
I was born and raised in Sheboygan and currently live in Hilbert, Wisconsin. I’m a self-taught artist and have learned that discipline is one key ingredient in order for me to continuously improve as an artist.
My work tells a story about the lives of our grandparents and great-grandparents. I am drawn to life in the early to mid 20th century and love photography from this time. Being a part time antique dealer and collector also helps by allowing me to obtain items and photographs from that time period, not only for reference, but also for inspiration. A personal object can tell me a lot about the person who owned it and how they lived. Many people are drawn to my paintings of mid century American automobiles. I must admit, I do love the chrome as much as the rust. It has become a large part of my work.
In the past few years I have also become very passionate about our 16th president and the people in his life. After coming across a vintage book of Lincoln in photographs I decided to create a portrait of him. Working to create a likeness and capture the emotion of this great man, I began to paint one portrait after another quickly realizing that a series was emerging. Many have painted Lincoln and many more will after me, but for me the Lincoln Project is a very personal endeavor of discovery.
Daniel W Green
Daniel W Green (b. 1973, US)
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