New Art Gallery Walsall Display
September 20, 2021
As my residency SP010986 at The New Art Gallery Walsall draws to a close, I have pulled together a collection of drawings, ordnance survey maps and photographs for the display case on the mezzanine level. This will be shown alongside a video created by Mark Hinton.
On display until Christmas 2021.
September 30, 2021
Excited to announce that in September 2022 British Art Show 9 will be coming to the City of Wolverhampton. As part of this I have been commissioned by Creative Black Country to plan and develop a public walk around the city centre.
The New Art Gallery Walsall Open Studio
September 11, 2021
Since June 2021 I have in residence at The New Art Gallery Walsall and have been busy walking, drawing and photographing the West Midlands. Visitors to the Gallery, or those following the my posts on our Instagram account each Wednesday, may have seen a large scale chalk drawing developing across the back wall of the studio which is shaped by my encounters on both my local outings and long distance walks.
As the residency draws to a close there will be the opportunity to meet and talk with me at an Open Studio event from Thursday 16th to Saturday 18th September.
Walk and Chalk
September 11, 2021
As my residency with The New Art Gallery Walsall draws to a close, why not join me for a workshop which incorporates both walking and drawing. Starting at The New Art Gallery Walsall, this route will comprise the canal, the high street and the arboretum.
For more details check out the link below.
New Art Gallery Walsall Artist in Residence
June 15, 2021
Throughout the summer I will be long distance walking around the West Midlands and taking up residence within New Art Gallery Walsall's purpose built studio.
The New Art Gallery Walsall is a modern and contemporary art gallery sited in the centre of the West Midlands town of Walsall.
IKON for Artists
May 17, 2021
The Ikon reopens after lockdown, devoting its galleries to an exhibition of artworks for sale by over 250 Birmingham artists. Submitted through an open call, work in a range of media is presented both in the gallery and online.
For this exhibition I will be presenting Stay Local (2020)
Severn Arts Selected Artist
December 21, 2020
Eight artists have been commissioned by Severn Arts and Worcestershire County Council to develop a 60-second digital proposal as part of the West Midlands campaign #ItGetsLighterFromHere. The work created by the artists will be showcased online on 21 December 2020 alongside that of their colleagues from across the West Midlands.
Deveron Projects Friday Lunch
December 11, 2020
In this talk Learning to Walk I reflect upon a summer of long distance walking in both Huntly and Wolverhampton and the similarities and differences of walking in England and Scotland.
Grizedale Arts Artist in Residence
September 28, 2020
Grizedale Arts is an arts organisation based at the historic site of Lawson Park farm, high above the Coniston valley in the English Lake District. At the end of September I will be on residency with Grizedale Arts and residing at Low Parkamoor.
Low Parkamoor is a 16th Century restored farmhouse with no modern day amenities. The cottage offers an escape from modern day living and a return to a a basic way of life.
The Centre for the Less Good Idea
August 24, 2020
Skins was selected for the ‘Long Minute’.
‘The Centre for the Less Good Idea is, for those not familiar with it, a small arts centre in downtown Johannesburg which we started four years ago. We typically have two seasons of live performances a year, and for our seventh season, as it was not possible to stage them in front of audiences, our performances were digitally streamed. To continue work at the centre during the period of social isolation and lockdown, we invited participants, alumni of the centre, to make one-minute films, using their cell phones as cameras, for a series called ‘The Long Minute’, so every day we’ve been posting different films by filmmakers, dancers, authors, musicians on Instagram.'
The Long Minute is curated by Bronwyn Lace
Deveron Projects Thinker in Residence
August 5, 2020
Throughout the past month I have been walking the town of Huntly and exploring the local landscape, through conversations and walks.
Deveron Projects is an arts organisation based in Huntly, a market town in the north east of Scotland with a population of 4,500. They have worked here with the history, context and identity of the town since 1995. Working with the town is the venue methodology, they create projects that connect artists, communities and places.
Birmingham Centre for Art Therapies
July 14, 2020
Dial and Draw Hotline
As a result of the COVID 19 many people who are classed as vulnerable have remained at home for three months. Without the usual weekly routines and activities to look forward to this will have been an undoubtedly difficult time. With one day slipping into the next a journey or a walk is a way to break up a day and create a memory. Whether that be a short walk to the corner shop or a longer cross country hike.
Therefore, I'm putting out this invitation to take a journey over the phone, to somewhere you have been or would like to go. We'll have a little chat for twenty minutes or so and we can talk about your memories of a place. During this time I'll be creating drawings (and you can too!) which will then all be compiled together to form an installation which reflect the different landscapes of people who are at home and in isolation.
This project is kindly supported by Birmingham Centre for Art Therapies
Talfana Drawing Award
June 4, 2020
Awarded a "Highly Commended" for my drawing installation, Phase One. Which Talfana wrote 'Is a very poignant piece related to covid-19 and Daniella also has a very strong sketch book drawing practice, organising walking and drawing adventures.'
Next Wave 2020
December 14, 2019
One of eleven artists selected for Next Wave 2020. Exhibiting alongside Haseebah Ali, Julie Chambers, Ewan Johnston, Darius Martisus, Ella Oakley, Rita Rodner, Kathryn Sawbridge, Daniela Turbin, Oli Turnpenney, Jodie Wingham and Leigh Whurr.