42.00"W x 29.50"H x 0.3"D

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Daniel Kanow


Medium: Drawing

Subject Tags: intuitive, figurative drawing, quetzal, mayan, abstract, expressionist

Media: graphite on paper

Size: 42"W x 29.5"H x 0.25"D

Year Created: 2015

Intuitively drawing with pencil stick I added and subtracted, constructed and deconstructed the days away. As shapes and feelings emerged, the quetzal bird showed its feathers. As a Mayan influence, this drawing engages and stimulated the viewer. Take time to breathe and consider your own place in the world and the interdependence of all things.

Making art for Daniel Kanow is of key importance in finding clarity and balance. He loves to paint and draw expressively with intent of raw emotion. The application of paint and use of color are tantamount for Daniel to represent the present moment. Daniel’s interest lies in the deep places of emotion that tell personal and universal narratives of fear, pain, love and beauty. His art acts as a conduit or bridge to fill emotional voids. Daniel’s process is dynamic and he invites the viewer to immerse themselves into their own stories so that the artwork may create a personal resonance. Daniel Kanow lives in Telluride, Colorado with his family. Art, family, and wilderness are his anchors for inspiration and motivation.

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