Dan Wilcox

Dan Wilcox

Greenfield Park, Canada

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I am a retired graphic artist who, after a successful career, has returned to my first love : painting. I studied fine art at The Nova Scotia of Fine Art (now Dalhousie University) and commercial art in Montreal at The Canadian School of Commercial Art.I endeavor to capture light by portraying the surfaces on which it falls, precise light as it describes a still life in exquisite detail or loose swathes of colour that paints single trees or wide landscapes.The ambitiousness of this effort results in my styles varying from almost super-realism to impressionism.I exhibit often in libraries, a variety of private venues and have commissioned work hanging in public places. I am not committed to any single gallery although I do appear in collective exhibitions. My work has been bought by people around the world and I regard a patron’s desire to share their space with my work the highest of compliments. I seek to create beautiful work for the sake of beauty.The tableaus are rendered in acrylics, mostly on canvas and range in size from 8×10 to 24×36 inches.
  • Age: 66
  • Joined: January 2012


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Putting my best foot forward, I have submitted my most pleasing and most complimented-on work. Just today, however, I came across a charcoal sketch (I’ve posted it-it is entitled Portrait in black) that I never considered my an example of my best drawing or composition yet is somehow darkly facinating, almost hypnotic. I have sold a few things here at redbubble and was just thrilled. I was…
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So glad to have found you...

After using my computer for the last 12 years or so, and having done the most mundane things on it, (MySpace, eBay, Facebook, Twitter and browse-browse-browse) I feel, after having been a member of redbubble for less than a week, that I have finally entered the realm of what the Internet should be throughout. The spirit of comraderie and co-operation, linked with a simple and direct platform for …
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