Redcliffe Peninsula Qld
What I like about my work is the interplay of watercolour’s fluidity and because I create individual grounds to fit the subject it is like an improvisation of effects making the work free, loose and fresh.
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Daniele’s formative art years were in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She is from a long lineage of visual artists, art curators, archaeologists and fervent explorers. What makes her art so unique is the interplay of watercolour’s fluidity and the spontaneity of the gestural marks. It is like a visual improvisation making the work’s story unique, free, loose and fresh.
Her original themes make her art remarkably distinctive and vivid. Her flamboyant uses of watercolours and unorthodox range of mix media is wild and fits the mood of each visual story she creates.
Daniele has held several solo shows of her various body of works, she has also participated in numerous group exhibitions here and throughout the world where ever she lived. She has won many awards over the years especially in drawing which she is passionate about.
Daniele’s best known sculpture is a huge ephemeral fire sculpture which was set on fire at the Wynnum Festival foreshore in 2014 where over 10,000 persons saw the kinetic play of her animal shapes dancing in the fire.
See the video link below.
COMING VERY SOON: SASSY a solo Exhibition at the Old Fire Station Gallery, on the Redcliffe Peninsula, about 25K from Brisbane, Queensland in NOVEMBER 2019
This exhibition will travel in Qld and ACT in 2020 .
is French-Canadian born and Australian since 1992.
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