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Green Daniel, From Recording Studios to Art Studios

Green Daniel

June 3 - Aug. 25, 2019
Concourse C, Across from Gates 10 and 13

In Green Daniel’s high school yearbook, he was voted Most Talented in two separate categories: art and music. Since then, his professional focus has been in those directions. A self-taught artist, Daniel has always found time for making art, even through his 30 years in the Nashville music industry. As a manager, producer, publisher and songwriter, Daniel counts involvement with several hit records among his accomplishments. Retiring from the mainstream music industry has allowed Daniel to concentrate full-time on his earliest muse, art. His work has been exhibited in galleries throughout the Southeast, and is in private collections from the Northeast to Southern California. A series of his jazz portraits is on permanent display at the Nashville Jazz Workshop.

About From Recording Studios to Art Studios
Daniel states, “Whether I’m working with audio or visual art, I am interested in pushing the boundaries of existing stylistic norms. Experimenting with a variety of mixed media has exposed me to a wider range of subject matter and opened creative possibilities that keep me interested in the work. The result is a body of work that doesn’t always stylistically flow from picture to picture, but it still contains common elements. All of these pieces include images of things found in Tennessee, or people who have actually walked these corridors.”

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