Discover new works by Daniel Ludwig available to by online with Wychwood art and in our art gallery. Daniel Ludwig is an American figurative artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and Berkley. Daniel Ludwig's work consists of paintings, drawings and bronze sculptures which are widely collected in United States and Europe. "Lack of coherent and linear time is itself a theme in my work. There is an affirmation of the present in the often lifesized physicality of the figures and the immediacy of the color and surface, yet so much of the painting seems from some other time. Landscapes inspired by Romantic paintings weave through textures from ageless walls. There is cubist simultaneity of movement and there are echoes in the shapes of the landscapes of movements past." "I am intrigued with the notion of motion frozen at a point of both perfect balance and kinetic potential. I have always been inspired by the way shapes in De Kooning’s paintings move endlessly around the canvas and in and out of the picture plane while never allowing the viewer’s eye to stray beyond the edges. I am concerned with uniting bold and saturated color relationships with a correspondingly robust armature of chiaroscuro. Additionally I use wax mediums and diverse modes of application to bring life to the many different textures, patterns and surfaces that weave through the composition." To discuss works by Daniel Ludwig please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 07799 535765 / 01869 338155.