Wood, spray paint, enamel, paint markers
55” x 34”
Wood, spray paint, acrylic paint, enamel
2' x 5'
Acrylic paint and ink
11” x 14”
Death of Muammar Gaddafi
8" x 11"
This work is based around intuitive compositions and structures to show a deconstruction through surreal bodily form, inspired by graffiti writers in the Cincinnati area Although these shapes come from an intuitive place of creation I wish to convey a collapse through the way these images interact with each other and the viewer. Both a personal collapse, and global societal collapse.
Danny Byron was raised in Indian Land, South Carolina as well as Cincinnati, Ohio. After his public school education he worked at an Aerospace Technology plant, which influenced his decision to join Winthrop’s Fine Arts Program in 2013. At Winthrop he has gained and honed his skills in drawing, woodworking, digital modeling, and printmaking. After earning his B.F.A. he wishes to move to a fulfilling place, get a job, and make decent artwork.