You’re invited! January is off to a fun start! I’m thrilled to be one of three artists participating in “Relativity”. The show starts this Saturday, Jan 18th, at Local Color Studio Gallery in Fayetteville, the opening reception starts at 6 pm Saturday night. My pieces are all science fiction and fantasy based so a bit different from my normal rural landscapes but still painted in a style that is very much me. I hope you can come join us for the opening! If not, the show will run through February and the gallery is open M-F from 4-7 pm. Local Color Studio Gallery is at 275 S Archibald Yell Blvd in Fayetteville. Here are a few of the paintings I will be showing. Visit my show exhibition page for a full list of paintings in the show. Contact me if you would like to purchase one of these paintings!
Contemporary painter Daniel Coston’s Tying It All Together opens September 6th at Cantrell Gallery in Little Rock, Arkansas, and continues through October 26th, 2019. The opening night reception for the exhibition will be on Friday, Sept 6th, 6-8:00. Please join us!
I’m excited to be showing several paintings in a group show at the First National Bank of NWA in Bentonville starting in mid-July. A reception for the artists will be held on Thursday, July 18th from 4-6 pm at the bank, stop by and say hello!⠀Come see the works by 4 NWA artists. I’ll be there along with artists Diana Hausam, Gary Johnson, and Adriana Patrucco! These works will be on display at the bank until mid-October. Click here for the Facebook event invitation!
Please join us on Friday, November 2nd from 6-8 pm at Cantrell Gallery for the opening reception of my new show “The Passage of Time”. It’s free and open to the public, come and join us and see my latest works – I’d love to visit with you there! The show will be on display until December 22nd. Update: The full gallery of works can be found here
I’m happy to report that from mid-June through mid-September, you can see several of my paintings in Northwest Arkansas! I’m showing several paintings through a program that my local art league (Artists of Northwest Arkansas) started this year. It’s called “Art in Professional Spaces” and it’s a great way for local businesses to show works from local artists. This summer, I’m showing works at 2 locations, Bolt NWA in Bentonville, and Harding University in Rogers, Arkansas. If you are in the area, stop by and check out these works, hope you enjoy them! Hanging artwork at Harding University Works currently at Bolt NWA
Contemporary painter Daniel Coston’s ARKANSAS: FROM THE TOPS TO THE BOTTOMS opens May 12th at Cantrell Gallery in Little Rock, Arkansas, and continues through July 1, 2017. The opening night reception for the exhibition will be on Friday, May 12, 6-8:00. Please join us! It will be a great opportunity to visit with the artist while viewing his works. If you can’t make it that evening, the show will continue through July 1. Cantrell Gallery is located at 8208 Cantrell Road, Little Rock, AR. Gallery hours are Monday ”“ Saturday, 10-5:00. Call (501) 224-1335 for questions or directions. See the full exhibit here! Artist Statement, Arkansas: From the Tops to the Bottoms “Every year as I work on a new collection of paintings, I try to visually depict my home state – a personal and visual “state of the state”, if you will. In years past, I’ve seen the paintings as representing a horizontal trip around Arkansas, as I search for striking scenes. I’ve been making the trip from the hilltops of Northwest Arkansas to the Delta flatlands and back again for nearly three decades and the landscape continues to inspire me. Recently I have grown more aware of the […]
Monticello, Arkansas, my hometown, has two children’s’ homes. The Presbyterian Home is on the southwest part of town and as a child, I passed it many times headed to Green Hill to visit my Mom’s parents. The Baptist Home is on the north edge of Monticello. I knew many kids from both and saw them daily at school or athletic practices. About two years ago, Jerry Morrow, who grew up at the Baptist Home, called and asked if I could do a painting of it, showing all of the main buildings that people would remember from the 1950’s to the ’70’s or so. I said I thought I could manage it if he had enough photos that would allow me to piece all the buildings together. The boys’ and girls’ dormitories had been torn down since then and they were the most recognizable buildings beside the main or administrative building. Unfortunately at the time he called, I was about to have shoulder surgery so I couldn’t really get started for about three months. And even then my right arm was not very strong. Eventually I began drawing the Administrative building in the center and started working my way out on […]