Dan Pearce is one of the Uk's most exciting emerging talents on the Urban art market. A perfect fusion between traidtional and contemporary. " I am always on the search for new inspirations to compliment my work. I like to discover a significant theme that can run through a series of work."
Dan PearceFeel the LoveMixed Medium on Board29.5'' x 29.5''
Dan PearceLife After DeathOriginal Mixed MediumFramed Size - 42.5x 30.5 inSold
Dan PearceQueen of FashionOriginal Mixed Medium LenticularFramed Size - 44 x 32.5 inSold
Dan PearceFridaOriginal Mixed MediumFramed Size - 42.5x 30.5 in£ 4,250.00
Dan Pearce12 Bore PeaceMixed MediumImage Size - 31 x 31 inSold
Framed size - 34 x 34 in
Dan PearceRelease the PeaceMixed MediumImage Size - 31" x 42"
Framed Size - 34" x 45"
Dan Pearce is a London based mixed media artist and digital designer. He studied art at his local college on Merseyside which led to a (BA)Hons in Jewellery Design. Post Uni he returned to his original birth place of Australia and setup home in Sydney for the next seven years. It was here he honed his skills for digital design and fell in love with stencil art. Influenced by some of the stencil masters ELK and C215 he immersed himself into the world of hand cut stencils and spray paint.
Dan is married with two sons. He has built a studio/office at the bottom of his garden which allows him to juggle his busy life of artist, his digital design business and a hands-on Dad. Dan has been exhibiting his artwork since 2011 throughout the UK as well as internationally.
Dan’s colourful creations are a pleasure to both look at as well as touch, combining finely grained sprayed backgrounds with drops of lustrous resin onto a variety of materials and surfaces. His abstract-decorative paintings are polished to perfection, showing Dan’s impeccable control of his working media.“I use a process of amalgamating ingredients like polished metals, rich resins, grinding gradients, intricate stencils and a large portion of urban mix to create a vivid, engaging world of iconic portraits.”
Taking inspiration from street and pop art and juxtaposing it with fine art, his work is bold and confident in style often completely transforming iconic portraits with his own inimitable style and blurring the lines between new media, pop and digital art.
The synthetic look of Dan’s work is quite deliberate, giving his paintings an almost industrial, non-handmade aesthetic. The imagery he uses sits tight within its frame, proposing a sharply-tailored artistic style.