Welcome to my Gallery
In the Kitchen at Parties (2016)
Cross Purposes (2018)
Every Picture Tells a Story
This online exhibition consists of original paintings and sculpture created over the last ten years to reflect modern times, family life and British society from my own individual perspective. Each artwork is designed to tell a story - perhaps many stories, hopefully as many as there are viewers to look at the work and ponder.
Leisure, celebration, squalor, confrontation, families, neighbours, mealtimes, work and (a little bit of) sex - it's all here!
All the paintings are in acrylic on canvas and vary in size from small (12" x 10") to quite large (35” x 51”). Many of the images have also been reproduced as high-quality, signed, limited edition, giclée prints, either on paper or canvas.
My clay sculptures are hand built in stoneware, fired and either glazed or acrylic-painted and varnished.
More information about each piece can be found by clicking on Paintings, Prints or Sculpture then selecting the artwork you wish to look at in more depth. If you'd like to get in touch, buy an artwork, or make an enquiry, please go to the Contact page.
Un Déjeuner Plus Agréable (2013)
Coming and Going (2019)
A Bit About Me...
I'm Dan Sullivan, I was born in London in 1950, brought up in Peckham and went to Waltham Forest School of Art. Since then I’ve travelled around Britain and worked in many fields, including 25 years as a fire-fighter and two spells of setting up and running contemporary art galleries.
I now live in Haddenham, Bucks where I spend a lot of my time painting, sculpting, making pottery and, hopefully, continuing to develop as an artist.
I also work regularly (on sculpture and pottery) at the Queens Park Arts Centre in Aylesbury (see below) and was delighted to hold a solo exhibition in the main gallery there in Autumn 2021.