Daneil Yeomans joined Cadbury Sixth Form College in 2003 from North Bromsgrove High. He achieved ABC in his A-Levels, in Art, Design Technology and Media Studies, and has gone on to achieve fantastic things in the world of art and design. He went on to study at the Charles H. Cecil Studios in Florence, where he trained using a technique known as ‘sight-size’ favoured by many of the masters such as Velasquez, Sargent & Van Dyck. In-keeping with his training, Daniel continues to paint only from life under natural light, and has a purpose built studio in the Welsh countryside, Montgomeryshire.
Over the next couple of weeks, Daniel's portrait of ‘Montgomery Town Crier’ will be displayed at the Welsh Assembly ‘Senedd’ in Cardiff.
Prior to this exhibition, Daniel's work has been showcased at a variety of exhibitions and events:
Apro Schloss – ‘Mixed works’ (solo exhibition) – Winter 2013
Hotel Hoheneck – ‘Life in the mountains’ – Summer 2014
TME Tal Museum Engelberg – ‘From snow’ – Winter 2014-2015
Hinterzarten Tal Museum – Germany – Winter 2016
Premier of Wilhem Amrhein film – Engelberg – December 2015
You can see other pieces of his artwork at his website: http://danieljamesyeomans.com/
Congratulations to Daniel from everyone at Cadbury Sixth Form College!