Maine painter, Dan Daly lives and works half
way up the coast of Maine in the seaside town of Camden. His paintings
and illustrations reflect his love and connection to the New England
landscape, its quality of light, architecture, people and wildlife.
Equally at ease working with pencil, ink, watercolor, oils or
acrylics, he works both mural-sized and small. Daly's paintings
are represented in public and private collections in Europe and
the United States.
After a lifetime of drawing and painting and
experimenting with various styles he has settled into doing what
he describes as "striving to do a common thing uncommonly well."
He adds, "I like to do pictures that someone can come back to,
that make a connection, that say at this point in time, someone
gave a damn enough to record this image because these colors,
this light, this scene is worth re-examining."
Daly is one of the more accessible Maine painters
who can be found at his studio gallery in Camden.