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Estela la tejedora by Daniel Dayley
The Back Range by Daniel Dayley
At the Tree Line by Daniel Dayley
Rocky Mountain Grandeur by Daniel Dayley
Morning on the Poudre River by Daniel Dayley
Elk Mates Moraine Park by Daniel Dayley
Bull Elk at Moraine Park by Daniel Dayley
Sailor's Delight by Daniel Dayley
Big Sur Coast by Daniel Dayley
Brooklyn Sidewalk II by Daniel Dayley
Farm at Willow Creek by Daniel Dayley
Essex House by Daniel Dayley
Pinto Horses on the Front Range by Daniel Dayley
View from Deer Mountain by Daniel Dayley
Beyond Time at Painted Rock by Daniel Dayley
Springtime Moraine Park by Daniel Dayley
Washington Square by Daniel Dayley
Park Avenue II by Daniel Dayley
City Light by Daniel Dayley
Downtown in Bloom by Daniel Dayley
Soho West Broadway by Daniel Dayley
Canaletto Metropolitan Museum by Daniel Dayley
Riverside Park Revisited by Daniel Dayley
Piermont Avenue by Daniel Dayley
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About Daniel Dayley
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Daniel Dayley began working in watercolor in 1973, and has been attracted to the mediumís luminosity and depth of color ever since. Dayley studied art for several years at the University of Utah and in 1981 he pursued watercolor studies in the Bay Area, where he delighted in painting the wealth of regional scenery. A number of his earlier works are in private collections in northern California. In 1988 Daniel continued his watercolor studies at the Art Studentsí league in New York City with Frederick Wong.
Over the years, Danielís work has been featured in many juried and group shows, including exhibitions at the Salmagundi Club, New York City; OK South Gallery, Miami, Florida; Artspace Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut; Swanson Fine Art Gallery, San Francisco, California; and Merritt Gallery, Oakland, California.
Danielís work has also been displayed in private and corporate collections, including Cresthill Industries, New York City; Prudent Publishing, Ridgefield, New Jersey; and the Peter J. Romano Architectural Firm, Bronxville, New York.
From 1992-1998 Daniel worked out of his studio in Valley Cottage, New York where he was a member of the Edward Hopper House in Nyack, New York and the Rockland Center for the Arts in West Nyack, New York. His paintings have been represented by Volkman/Berdow Associates, New York City; Elite Fine Art, Hercules, California, Swanson Fine Art in San Francisco, CA, and Solomon/Lippman in New Rochelle, New York.
He has been published by Directional Publishing in Birmingham, Alabama and Art Resources International in Brewster, NY, who sold more than 100,000 of his fine art prints world-wide. Two of his images are currently being published by Wendover Art Group in Clearwater, FL.
In July í98 Daniel moved back to the Rocky Mountain region where he grew up. He currently works out of his studio in Boulder, Colorado. His love of mountain scenery has been rekindled and is being expressed with new works of mountain scenes, as well as other scenery of the Western region of America.
Daniel is currently represented by Rembrandt Yard Gallery in Boulder, CO, the Art Gallerist in Laguna Beach, CA, and by Hills Gallery in Hillsborough, NJ.