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Daniel Healey

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20110706145154-automatic_dumpster
Automatic Dumpster for Recreation and Residents Only. Please!, August, 2008 Ink Transfer,tape,paper on Canvas 36" X 40"
Confetti2
Celebration, 2008 Confetti, Dress-maker Pins, Styrofoam 26"x19"x6"
Detail
Celebration "detail", 2008 Confetti, Dress-maker Pins, Styrofoam 26"x19"x6"
20110706145010-new_american_paintings_1200
Ink Transfer,tape,paper on Canvas 32"36"
20110706145036-apollo_s_return_to_parnasus_copy2
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Bay Area Currents 2009
Postcard01
Mixed Media
20110706145240-blspprintwar1200
20110706145646-headshot
Quick Facts
Birthplace
Orange, Ca
Birth year
1981
Lives in
Oakland
Works in
Oakland
Tags
mixed-media, landscape, abstract, conceptual, sculpture
Statement

Daniel Healey is an artist and independent curator who lives and works in Oakland, CA. Studies include: interdisciplinary art studio practice, art history, and curatorial practice with Lanier Graham at California State University Hayward, where he received a BFA in 2005. Daniel has worked and or has exhibited with The Lab, Oakland Art Gallery, Pro Arts, 21 Grand, LoBot, Blankspace, Artists Space, labotanica, Tex gallery, Oakland Museum, and MASSMoCA. Currently he works as a Production Technician and preparator for The Lab. Daniel cofounded an artist- run alternative space gallery “Satellite” in Oakland, 2008 with Mary Anne Kluth. Daniel’s work has been exhibited in Oakland (CA), San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York (NY) North Adams (MA), Houston, Denton (TX) Germany, and Austria. Publications of Daniel’s work have appeared in the Oakland Tribune, East Bay Express, Piedmont Post, The S.F. Examiner, New American Paintings issue # 85, The Art of Elysium (Heaven) catalogue, An Exchange with Sol LeWitt (catalogue). His paintings belong in two permanent collections, The Ellington (Oakland) and the estate of Hans Schnell (Munich, Germany). Daniel works collaboratively with artists, writers, musicians, video artists, and modern dancers. He has two interdisciplinary collaborative projects, Dealey Dawk Mutlip, and Daniel and Damon.