Daniel Wall Follows His Heart in His New Spring Collection

Spring is that special time when flowers bloom and love is in the air, and artist Daniel Wall is one of the rare artists who can uniquely capture the colors and emotions of those springtime romances.

If you could use a little jolt of spring in your life, don’t miss your chance to collect new artwork from Wall during Park West’s 2018 Spring Sale. This limited-time collection features 26 new works of art by Wall, including 20 one-of-a-kind oil paintings.

UPDATE: Collection no longer available as of 3/15/2018, but art by Wall is still available during the Spring Sale!

Wall is the innovator of an art style he calls Intense Impressionism, a contemporary version of the Impressionist style created in the late 19th century. By exclusively painting with a palette knife, Wall energizes each canvas with striking, elevated textures and expressive, bright hues.

When painting his most recent works, Wall says he drew inspiration from what he believes is the greatest happiness: To love and be loved in return.

“What makes me happy is giving smiles to the people I love,” Wall says. “I follow my heart—which is filled with passion and love—when I create new paintings, and God always gives me endless inspirations.”

The subjects of Wall’s latest creations range from sailboats lazily drifting on sunset-lit waters to his classic scenes of couples strolling through rainy, lamp-lit parks. The artist also departs from his traditional landscapes to create vivid still lifes of colorful flowers.

Wall says the paintings may be new, but his everlasting themes of optimism, hope, and romance remain the same.

“Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye, and my heart sees the best and most beautiful things in the world,” Wall says. “I make what my heart sees visible to people with my paintings.”

With both unique works as well as hand-embellished giclées on canvas available, this is the perfect opportunity to add artwork by Wall to your collection.

This special collection will only be available for a limited time, so be sure to contact us at (800) 521-9654 ext. 4 or sales@parkwestgallery.com to learn more about collecting these colorful works.

23 Responses to Daniel Wall Follows His Heart in His New Spring Collection

  1. Ann says:

    Please quote spring night

  2. Garrick Lynch says:

    Please quote “The Stillness of Venice”

  3. Ian South says:

    Hello I am interested in Moonlit reflection and The stillness of Venice

    • parkwestgal says:

      Hello Ian, and thank you for your interest in Wall’s works. Someone from our gallery staff should be contacting you soon, but feel free to follow up with us here: Contact Us

  4. Matthew Walker says:

    The stillness of venice. Interested.

    • parkwestgal says:

      Thank you for your interest in Wall’s art Matt. One of our gallery staff should be contacting you regarding your request, but feel free to follow up with us here: Contact Us

  5. Elaine R Jackson says:

    Price quote for Spring Night, I am a prior client.

    • parkwestgal says:

      Hello Elaine! Our gallery staff should be contacting you regarding your request for “Spring Night,” but also feel free to contact us here with sales inquiries: Contact Us

  6. Gerald truesdale says:

    Love the spring night pic.

  7. graham rosewarne says:

    wonderful artist his work is so lively. seen many of his work on cruise ships. not collected any as we have been collecting DE RUBIS.

  8. James Hilton says:

    We would love to see the Daniel Wall collection.

  9. Maureen says:

    We recently collected both Spring Night and The Stillness of Venice as well as one other piece. Very happy with them and interesting has how the tome (particularly Venice) can change when hung in different locations/lights in the house.

  10. John Dixon says:

    You are going to tihink this as strange; however, in looking at your gallery picture I was wondering if someone from Park West can offer an article on gallery lighting. I have a couple of home walls that are over 20′ high. I want to install a track light system that I can use to light the paintings I have on the wall (some 25). I would need to drop the lights from the ceiling by 4 to 8 foot plus find various focus lights for the track. Any suggestions on where to start my project?

  11. Sandra Curnow says:

    Love the Moonlit reflections.

  12. David Sykes says:

    Spring Night reminds me of Slava Ilyayev, do they collaborate?

  13. Don Brown says:

    How about painting from James Colman.

  14. Julie Fagner says:

    Would someone contact me on Daniel Wall’s “Quietness” Happy Weekend? I am interested in purchasing, but can’t locate it except on his FB page.

    • parkwestgal says:

      We have let our gallery consultants know of your request Julie, so someone should reach out to you soon You may also feel free to contact us here: Contact Us

  15. Ernestine Cooper says:

    Greetings. I am an avid cruiser and on ship, I’ve purchased several Daniel Wall’s collection. There was an art show in Greensboro GA which I attended also where I purchased another piece. So you can say I’m a true Wall fan. I’m scheduled for another cruise in December. Is there a chance that the spring collection will be in the art gallery? I’m so interested in the Moonlight Reflection and the Stillness of Venice.

    • parkwestgal says:

      Hello Ernestine, and thank you for collecting with us! The Spring Sale Wall collection will have ended in December, but there will definitely be works by Wall still available. If you have questions about specific works, please contact our gallery consultants here: Contact Us

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