After starting a study in Architecture ill health forced me to reassess my future, I had always wanted to be a sculptor and architecture was just a pragmatic approach to future security, I gave myself a year to start making something of my art and it has just gone forwards from there. Being self taught has allowed me to gain mentorship from artists and sculptors across the country, who have successful full time careers. It has also given me the opportunity to forge working relationships with leading industry experts in metal fabrication, computer aided design and galleries. This informs my practice in a direct andRead More →

Dan’s cyanotypes at Maws and his screen prints will be at the White Hart.   Dan Peyton, born 1958 in England, currently works in Jersey City, NJ and upstate New York, is an artist photographer who specializes in outdated photographic techniques and other disciplines and explores how their decline in popular usage has imbued them with historical permutations that relate to ideas about the passage of time and implications of creating hand made imagery. Dan has shown work in the US and Europe. His ambrotype of Matthew Day Jackson was included in the Maurizio Cattelan curated Wrong Gallery installation at the 2006 Whitney Biennial. HeRead More →