By JUNE LIORET
Their work will be on display from 8 to 5 Monday-Friday in the center’s lobby June 1-30. The show is free and open to everyone and is sponsored by Clayton Visual Arts.
With the freedom of being an “outsider” or visionary artist, he experiments in various styles and media, many times using vivid colors or muted sub-tones. He uses his visual experiences in the community and his travels to create a wide range of artistic themes.
He has sold many paintings via the internet. His website is www.rldaniels.com/fineart.
Daniels has exhibited in two Raleigh Visual Art Exchange juried shows this year, “Drawing the Line” in March and “The Road Show” in January.
In July he will have a two-person show at Tuxedo Junction in Wake Forest.
Daniels is also a musician and through his musical experience, started his first business at the age of 21.
A native of Raleigh and a graduate from North Carolina State University, he served as music worship leader in a Clayton Church for several years and has many acquaintances in the area.
He has been a contract instructor at Pope Air Force Base in computer-aided-drafting and design, teaching satellite reconnaissance imaging and landscape survey mapping for military drop zones and landing sites
Page didn’t know she could paint until 2005. That fall, a friend asked her to take a half-day-a-week painting class with her at Wilson Tech Community College in Wilson, and she now enjoys her passion for painting every day.