Ones to Watch: Daniel Butterworth

DANIEL’S LOOSE AND FREE APPROACH TO HIS MEDIUM IS CAPTIVATING!

Using his own image as his primary subject matter, painter Daniel Butterworth taps in to a unique political and social commentary. After painting with oils for most of his career, he recently switched to house paints, allowing for much more freedom and spontaneity in his work. Daniel has been a finalist in the Doug Moran, Archibald, Black Swan, Blake and Muswellbrook prizes, to name a few.

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