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Active Synapse Synopsis

“Active Synapse Synopsis” Daniel Stuelpnagel 2019 acrylic on wood panel 30 x 30” This is one of a few recent square paintings that I think…

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Superfine! DC 2019

All ready for Superfine! DC 2019 at Union Market!!  >>> https://superfine.world/dc-tickets This is one of the new paintings I bring to Superfine! DC this year,…

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My Most Eclectic Show Ever …

The show at The Alchemy Of Art gallery, “MAGMATRONIC!” is a collection of 25 paintings I created mostly in 2019. I’ve covered a wide range…

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Magmatronic Closing Reception 9/29 !!

Another exciting event and opportunity to visit and tour this new collection of paintings I created, mostly 2019 works and some of the 25 paintings…

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Show Your Work!

Exhibitions have been an essential component of my artistic process since I began showing my paintings in Washington, DC in 1998, and having participated in…

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“World Line Memory”

“World Line Memory” Daniel Stuelpnagel 2019 acrylic on wood panel 12 x 12″ Painterly brush strokes compliment a high-contrast vector space of shadows and intersections;…

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MAGMATRONIC ! exhibition opening

We opened the show at The Alchemy Of Art gallery in Fells Point on Thursday, a nice turnout and I’m very excited to be exhibiting…

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Urban Habitat

My recent paintings are an expressive creative synthesis of composition, color and contrast, symbolic of universal themes; interconnectedness, the neural network, our immersion in technology,…

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Art Collectors

Through the exhibition at Monument Sotheby’s and other venues I am curating collections of new paintings and bringing the art work in a special context…

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Sequential Geometry

In sequence, these paintings vary in size from 24″ squares to 30″ squares, and the larger pieces tend to be a bit more spare in…

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Monument Sotheby’s International Realty

Monument Sotheby’s International Realty hosted an exhibition of a dozen of my paintings in autumn 2018, organized by my friend and art consultant Kathleen Hamill,…

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Vector Space Paradox

Integrating our art into historic residential spaces brings about a wonderful journey, part time travel, part social event, part gallery exhibition, part curatorial challenge. I…

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Psychologically Perturbed

The geometric fragmentation that characterizes my paintings may be a visual metaphor for technology, however I recognize that I’m still deciphering the symbolism in my…

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Artful Interaction

The joy of exhibiting new paintings is to see and talk with people interacting with the art and appreciate having them witness the process as…

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Collaboration

Tanya and I got to spend a great deal of time together in studio visits, in the gallery during multiple events and a nice long…

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“A Diplomatic Solution”

This painting I created from many layers with the top layer being a spontaneous link to Tanya’s work by replicating from memory a mix in…

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Portal Into Being

In the entry hall we installed a wonderful array of relatively small paintings alternating between Tanya’s organic painterly abstractions and my geometric hard-edged compositions for…

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Atlas Fine Art musical afternoon

  Spring gave way to summer, with music by Ultrafaux jazz trio / Hot Club of Baltimore / Gypsy Jazz headed up by our great…

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Subconscious Bridges fast track

photo: Vivian Marie Doering “Subconscious Bridges” exhibition: artist Tanya Ziniewicz, Atlas Fine Arts gallery director Stephanie Schafer, owner John McLaren and artist Daniel Stuelpnagel I’m…

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Vector Space Paradox

Downstairs conference room at the historic AIA Baltimore / Baltimore Architecture Foundation offices and bookstore on Chase Street, a great crowd for the event, opening…

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