Daniel Weber: ESSE

Daniel Weber’s paintings of abstract deconstruction are a visual expression of lived experience and the human narrative told through his use of bold brushwork and staggered yet powerful colour palette, as well as a style that encompasses both the value and spirit of the West, and culture and philosophy of the East.

Weber’s brushwork speaks of intent and confidence, guided by a creative spontaneity that emphasises the straightforwardness, naivety and fantasy of his feelings, resulting in playful and captivating paintings.

Daniel Weber, J. Pollock Tribute To St. Peter, YUPO Medium 200gsm, ink on paper, 76 x 56cm. Courtesy the artist and The Wellington Gallery, Sydney

The Wellington Gallery
18 November to 3 December 2021