Exhibitions

In Favor Of The Imagination

In Favor Of The Imagination 1800 1800 Daniel Stuelpnagel

During the year of 2020, we’ve experienced innumerable psychological challenges, that have required each individual to pursue a…

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SURREAL 2020

SURREAL 2020 1400 2000 Daniel Stuelpnagel

What bizarre and incongruous year would be complete without an art exhibition to celebrate the insanity?! #SURREAL2020 We’ve…

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SURREAL 2020

SURREAL 2020 2400 2400 Daniel Stuelpnagel

In a spirit of spontaneity and improvisation, imaginary worlds and journeys, this is a voyage beyond our consensus…

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Show Your Work!

Show Your Work! 973 1320 Daniel Stuelpnagel

Exhibitions have been an essential component of my artistic process since I began showing my paintings in Washington,…

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Urban Habitat

Urban Habitat 4351 2947 Daniel Stuelpnagel

My recent paintings are an expressive creative synthesis of composition, color and contrast, symbolic of universal themes; interconnectedness,…

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Art Collectors

Art Collectors 1700 1700 Daniel Stuelpnagel

Through the exhibition at Monument Sotheby’s and other venues I am curating collections of new paintings and bringing…

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Sequential Geometry

Sequential Geometry 2400 1602 Daniel Stuelpnagel

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

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Monument Sotheby’s International Realty

Monument Sotheby’s International Realty 824 1200 Daniel Stuelpnagel

Monument Sotheby’s International Realty hosted an exhibition of a dozen of my paintings in autumn 2018, organized by…

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Vector Space Paradox

Vector Space Paradox 1700 1700 Daniel Stuelpnagel

Integrating our art into historic residential spaces brings about a wonderful journey, part time travel, part social event,…

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Psychologically Perturbed

Psychologically Perturbed 1700 1700 Daniel Stuelpnagel

The geometric fragmentation that characterizes my paintings may be a visual metaphor for technology, however I recognize that…

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