Lilies In Vases I

Danson

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    The frame is 0.5cm wide.

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  • Frame Colour: Natural Oak View Frames
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    Mount Size: 6cm Mount Colour: Star White
    6cm 9cm
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    Classic framed pictures with mount (Passe-Partout).

    *Frames are 1.8cm wide. Sizes may have a marginal difference.

  • Frame Colour: Black
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    XL21018-A5100 x 90cm
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    The frame is 0.5cm wide.

    *Widths assume 5cm between split images. Sizes may have a marginal difference.

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Images in this set

Lilies In Vases II
Lilies In Vases II - Danson
Lilies In Vases I
Lilies In Vases I - Danson
View all images by Danson About Danson

Danson

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the artist Danson recollects fond childhood memories of cool breezes off Lake Michigan and the changing array of colours as the seasons cycled their way throughout the year. Careful to notice the subtle play of light and shadow as they move and define the shapes and forms of her world, Danson recalls the beginnings of her passions to create and attributes her early inspiration to an Art History book that belonged to her sister. She remembers perusing the pages and feeling a strong connection to the visual language that made her want to become an artist. That aspiration to become an artist was realised when she graduated with a Masters of Fine Art from the University of Wisconsin, then set out to study abroad in Paris, France. After extensive creative growth and study, Danson became an assistant professor of Art and taught for ten years at universities in Wisconsin, West Virginia and Arizona. Art for Danson is often unconventional and post-modern. She is inspired by the work of performance artist and writer Lesley Dill, whose poetry, performance and mixed-media “clothing” break new ground on several artistic fronts. She is influenced by the work of German artist Anselm Kiefer, the sculptures of Kiki Smith and admires the “unadulterated” figure paintings of Lucien Freud. She also finds the shrines and mixed-media work of Renee Stout compelling. “Recently, I have become involved in conveying social justice issues through art,” the artist explains. “I have discovered that the visual arts can be a provocative means to comment on human rights. I enjoy the self-reflective mode required for creativity…forgetting oneself and resurfacing a changed person.” Danson has travelled to China and Africa, and loves discovering the intricacies of other cultures. She enjoys hiking in the wild, but a walking tour amidst the stimulating sights and sounds of New York’s Soho gallery district is a trek the artist will never refuse.