For over four decades, Jerry Daniel’s sculptures have been exhibited and collected in the United States from coast to coast, as well as in Germany and Austria. For almost thirty years the focus of his art has been the making of abstract welded steel Dancers. These sculptures are noncontroversial, genderless and timeless which find commonality in all cultures.
This December we kicked off the holidays with an outdoor exhibit in historic Marble Falls. Downtown Marble Falls is featuring nationally exhibiting artists and offered an opportunity to meet the artists and buy tabletop works. The organization running this event is a non-profit organization formed to support and promote all of the creative and performing arts in the Highland Lakes Region of the Texas Hill Country.
Craig Hall, Patricia Meadows and the Frisco Arts and city leaders invited artists for a reception celebrating the Texas Sculpture Garden at Hall Park in Frisco. The Arts Walk also included food trucks, live music and tours of the pieces in the park.
Pictured is Jerry himself in front of a collection of dancers commissioned by Hall Park in 1999. His newest works for the park are soon to be installed.
After over a year’s worth of hard work, the six newest additions to the Frisco Arts Walk left the Daniel Art Studio the rainy morning of the 28th. Two large trailors and a truck carried out the three new pairs of dancers from Jerry Daniel’s Dances with Steel. With the instillation of the dancers underway in Frisco, Jerry and his family, friends and fans all await for the unveiling of the newest dancers at Hall Park.
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