Daniel J. Yeomans was born in Bedford 1986, and spent his childhood living just below the Malvern hills, nearly always with a pencil in hand, and it was probably also here, that his love for nature and the outdoors began. Then moving to the Midlands and studying Art at college, along with Design & Media . A fascination for travel impelled a move to the Swiss Alps, aged 20, to live and work where he remained for 5 years, until eventually deciding to pursue his career as an artist. He studied at the Charles H. Cecil Studios in Florence, where he trained using a technique known as ‘sight-size’ favoured by many of the masters such as Velasquez & Van Dyck. In his 2nd year Daniel received a scholarship and spent another year as a teacher/studio assistant whilst continuing his studies. In-keeping with his training, Daniel continues to paint directly from life under natural light, and has a purpose built studio in the Welsh countryside, Montgomeryshire. Accepting commissions all over has expanded Daniel’s following and his works now hang in private, and public collections throughout Europe, Asia & America. As well as enjoying landscape painting, Daniel also offers private studio tuition or group workshops for ‘Plein air’ painting.
Articles following Daniel’s exhibition ‘ Impressions of Switzerland’. Title translates as: ‘Following in the footsteps of portrait painters from the 19th century
Wales Arts Review
Article in the Chronicle talking about the relationship between Daniel and model Timothy Edmunds and their project for charity.
An article in ‘La Côte’ Newspaper titled ‘Making Turner & Constable blush’ talks about the opening of Daniel’s latest exhibition in Nyon, Switzerland. Comments on Daniel’s inspirations, his journey one how he came to be a full time artist preferred working methods.