Artist Statement
“It’s so us, it’s so American, that waste of America, and capitalism and ill-gotten gains.  And in this consumer society we just run through stuff, and there’s something desperate in that mindset.  I think in that desperation there’s a truth about ourselves… Are we creating something that’s going to make us extinct?  Is this overkill?  What are we doing with what we have, and where is it going?  There’s something revealing in that limbo…it really says something about us.”- Daniel Blagg

The Texas native has been a fixture in the Fort Worth art scene for over four decades.  His work has received awards from Preservation is the Art of the City and the Hunting Prize and his work is included in the collections of Chase Bank, Fidelity Investments, The Grace Museum, Abilene, TX, Museum of the Southwest, Midland, TX, and the Old Jail House Arts Center, Albany, TX.  His public art includes the DFW Terminal D Project and the Worthington Hotel in Fort Worth, TX.
Daniel Blagg