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Daniel Hart

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Looking at modern man I create playful and naive images depicting the passage from boy to man as well as the masculine stereotype. I take ideas from social media as well as my own personal experiences and observations.
My work borrows from Illuminated manuscripts and religious sources. By mimicking these styles and adapting these stories I highlight the importance of the subject while keeping the images themselves light hearted in tone.
Through this I want both sexes to question what a man in these times, where females are pushing for equality, yet the inequalities from the male perspective are left unchecked. By keeping the images simple and having a clear narrative I can make accessible art for all ages and walks of life that can relate to some if not all my message.
14 Stations of Man
  • Daniel Hart
  • 14 Stations of Man
  • Acrylic
Judgement
  • Daniel Hart
  • Judgement
  • Acrylic
Haha
  • Daniel Hart
  • Haha
  • Acrylic
Sleep Stealing
  • Daniel Hart
  • Sleep Stealing
  • Watercolour

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