January 2020 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. Contact me if you wish to purchase any of these paintings!
Daniel Coston is a Fayetteville painter and illustrator with a Fine Arts degree from Harding University. While he prefers painting with acrylic paint, he is equally comfortable working in pen and ink, and graphite. He is generally drawn to realism but enjoys working in other genres as well. The first art he was aware of was illustration which informs the work he does now, whether those paintings are realistic, impressionistic or abstract. While known for painting contemporary Arkansas landscapes, he enjoys “realistic” fantasy and science fiction and usually has one or two projects going all the time. He works in acrylic paint but his style is a blend of oil, watercolor and egg tempera techniques. Crosshatching from pen and ink comes into play as well.
Daniel’s work has been shown in both group and solo shows and can be found in numerous public and private collections across the US. Please contact Daniel through his website: www.costonart.com or on Instagram at @costonartstudio