Matt Dangler “Mystique”

SCOPE NEW YORK 2017
BOOTH 095

March 2nd – March 5th

“It’s often difficult to find silence in the world these days, so it’s crucial we find it within ourselves. My “inward” talk and goal for artwork is really quite simple, and something we all relate to: making the inward path accessible, quieting our minds, ultimately connecting with our own truths. My artwork offers imagery that is much easier to relate to and digest, with layers of information revealing themselves more and more over time and examination. But most importantly, my artwork provides a path to where you can explore your own personal views and feelings, without all the distracting noise. So I welcome you, outside and within.

The three works presented in “Mystique” are reflective of half my lifetime obsessing on technique and subject matter to best express my inward messages. Additionally, these paintings are the first steps into a new journey of personal clarity.” – Matt Dangler

ABOUT MATT DANGLER

Matt Dangler was born in 1984 in New Jersey. He graduated in 2006 with a BFA in Illustration from Uarts, Philadelphia PA, while there he won awards for his representation of the Human Figure, outstanding achievement in illustration, and for demonstrating inherent sincerity, intensity, and dedication to illustration. Dangler illustrated the children’s books: “Faeryland” (from Abrams Publishing 2013) written by John Matthews and “The Secret History of Mermaids” (from Templar Publishing 2009) written by Professor Ari Berk. He has participated in dozens of gallery exhibitions, including seven solo exhibitions. Dangler’s artwork can be found in private collections throughout the world.