Daniel Colvin is a papermaker, printmaker, sculptor and owner of CS Gallery that opened in 2010 in Olde Town East. As an artist, he has an intrinsic sense for well-balanced design and drawing coupled with an understated use of color that undoubtedly confirm his talent as an artisan. The artist’s brilliant metamorphic drawings demonstrate his adept handling of line that enhances the subtle color patterns on the handmade paper art forms.
When Daniel is not busy hanging a biweekly exhibit or teaching ballroom dancing, he works in his atelier creating handcrafted books or making high-quality paper.
Of greater magnitude, the gallery proprietor passionately promotes artists with a call for entries every two weeks for revolving exhibitions that include a gala affair on opening night of each show. Daniel categorically encourages craftspeople of all levels to participate in the biweekly event as an avenue to highlight their artwork.
After graduating from Columbus College of Art & Design, Daniel worked at the Cultural Arts Center and developed a printmaking program with funds given to the center by the City of Columbus. Unfortunately, after the World Trade Center cataclysm, city officials filtered those monetary funds to other areas that they considered more crucial.
Subsequently, he had a business in the basement of his home for ten years before opening the successful gallery on Parsons Avenue where Daniel is pro-actively involved with community affairs within the historical Near East Side Columbus neighborhood.
66 Parsons Avenue
Columbus, OH 43215
Tuesday through Friday 5-8 p.m.
Saturday and Monday by appointment
If any artists are interested in exhibiting artwork at CS Gallery, please contact Daniel at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
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