About The Artist
Daniel Morris is a Canterbury born artist, who and has been exhibiting and selling his work since graduating from KIAD, now known as University for the Creative Arts at Canterbury, in 1992. He prefers to paint and draw on site, to have a full experience on location, and enjoys the challenges that this way of working
presents, especially changes in light and weather conditions. Taught by the late John Bruce, he has sold worldwide and undertaken numerous commissions. Daniel works mostly in chalk pastels and oils, as well as commissions in pen and ink and pencil.
Achievements include:- Runner up in SAA competition with his picture “Saracen’s Lantern” which culminated in an exhibition at the Royal Pastel Society Summer Show in Pall Mall Galleries. His article published in Leisure Painter magazine explained his style of working outdoors and featured some of the work he produced while travelling in Australia. He took part in Channel 4’s Watercolour Challenge (Runner Up). His work has also been sold on Bid up TV. Daniel is currently experimenting with mixed media, as well as pastels, and is producing a series of limited edition prints. He lives in Ramsgate with his wife and two children.