#CotswoldLandscapes – Dan Young

27 March – 2 April 2013


  • This collection of digital finger paintings by Dan Young began life as part of the ‘Dan Young, Daily Project – Year 4’. Since the inception of this project in November 2008 Dan has found time every day to indulge his passion for painting. Each year Dan changes his approach and Year 4 of the project saw him move away from traditional painting techniques to making a digital finger painting every day.


  • The subject of each days painting, inspired by Dan’s daily life, ranged from a bottle of beer, a piece of cake to a banjo and a variety of landscape images both rural and urban. These landscape paintings became some of the most exciting images which Dan has now developed into a new set of digital paintings that put a spotlight on areas of Cheltenham and the Cotswolds you may not have noticed before.


  • Dan has exhibited both nationally and internationally with work in private collections worldwide.


iPad Drawing and Painting Workshop
29th March 10:30 -1:00pm
If you want to start to use your iPad to make drawings or paintings this course is for you, no previous drawing experience necessary (but you will need an iPad!)
The session will begin with introductions, cup of tea/coffee and a brief talk about the exhibition and digital drawing from Dan.
Weather permitting the session will include drawing exercises both on and off the iPad in and around the Proscenium Building and Montpellier Gardens.  You will be able to explore your digital creativity in a relaxed and encouraging atmosphere.
Cost of this session is £25. On the day you will need to bring with you:
Your iPad loaded with the following apps:      – ASKetch (1.99)      – Paper by FiftyThree (free trial)      – Brushes 3 (free trial with £1.99 in app purchase)      – And for a bit of fun ‘Draw Something’ (free)
– a couple more app titles to follow
Warm clothing (hopefully it will be warm enough to draw outside)
Please contact Dan  if you have any questions or wish to enrol in this session.



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