Born in Manchester in 1972, Dan Baldwin studied at Eastbourne College of Art & Design and the Kent Institute of Art & Design.
The artist works with universal themes of the human condition: love and innocence, life and death, politics and symbolism. The incorporation of ‘found’ elements form an integral part of Baldwin’s compositions and the artist displays a masterful ability to combine two and three dimensional objects within the canvas.
RedHouse are delighted to offer a selection of original prints on paper by the artist. The dynamic nature of Baldwin’s image-making is exquisitely translated into print through the incorporation of complex techniques including multi-layered silkscreen printing with embossing, diamond dust, gold and silver leaf and spot glazing.
“I am collector of objects, I love combining paint with an object and then hand painting, or silk-screening, like Warhol or Rauschenberg, but making something new.”
Dan Baldwin in conversation with Monograph, November 2012
Baldwin has exhibited alongside Banksy, Tracey Emin, Sir Peter Blake, Julian Opie, Jamie Hewlett and his work is held in numerous distinguished collections. He has exhibited internationally and his work is championed and collected by an exclusive clientele. The artist has also enjoyed a stream of critically lauded sell-out solo shows and presented his work in art fairs in Basel, Miami, L.A, Tokyo, San Francisco, London and New York.
Selected publications featuring Baldwin's work include Vogue, ELLE, I.D., Flair, Dazed and Confused, The New Order, Art of England, Style, Living Etc, Aesthetica and Modern Painters.
The artist lives and works from his studio in West Sussex.