Dan Angeli was born in Beloit,WI and lived in various parts of the state until settling in New York City 10 years ago. My early influences were Italian renaissance painting and the rational order of space is still prevalent despite my more recent investigations of crumbling infrastructure, chaotic events and disaster. This latter development took shape shortly after hurricane Sandy affected much of the eastern seaboard. The plasticity of paint allows Dan to express the energy of dramatic events while simultaneously rendering fragments of industrial forms affected by weather and or catastrophes.
His work was recently featured in PaintPulse magazine, a contemporary NYC based art magazine and will be published in the forthcoming edition of Studio Visit Magazine. Recent shows include a solo exhibition at the Catskills Art Society.
MFA-School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston 2009
Studied with Andrea Champlain, Gerry Bergstein, and Patte Loper
BS-University of Wisconsin-Madison 2004
Studied with T.L. So lien
2017 Vive Shelter Benefit, Honey Ramka Gallery, fundraiser show for Vive Shelter of Buffalo New York
Sliding doors, 2 person show featuring Dan Angeli and Kelli Thompson, Field Projects Gallery, NEw York City
2016 *April List Today, South Huntington Library, Huntington, NY
*Too Late to Brace, Catskill Art Society Fortescue Gallery, Livingston Manor, New York
2015 *Breeding Wreckage, Port Washington Library Main Gallery, Port Washington New York
Working Artist, Academic Gallery, Long Island City, Queens, New York