DIY (Do It Yourself)
Towson University- Spring 2021
Multifarious: Artists in Flux
University of Maine- Fall 2016- Orono, ME
Student Art Exhibition
John Cabot University, Rome, Italy- Spring 2017
Art in the Garden 2019
University of Delaware
Wilmington, DE- Spring 2019
Daniel Jonas is a sculptor from Westport, CT. A graduating student at the University of Maine, he will hold a Bachelor of Arts degree with a focus in sculpture and a minor in Art History. While his primary medium is sculpture, he has worked in various media within art, including printmaking, painting, ceramics, and the digital arts. Daniel’s working media are mostly wood and steel, with a focus on organic form and the material itself. His preferred method of sculpting is on the lathe, as well as blacksmithing, steam bending, glass casting, and foundry work.
He has taken a stone splitting workshop with Kazumi Hashino, an international stone sculptor from Japan, hosted by the University of Maine’s sculptor-in-residence program.
He has worked as a Studio Technician at the Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan, Connecticut for three consecutive summers. He is currently in the MFA Gradute Program at Towson University, and expects to graduate in December, 2020.