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Daniel Paige: An Inspiring Story

March 19, 2010

The Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery on Bedford Street in Stamford, CT is frequently visited by exceptional artists from all walks of life. One such artist, Daniel Paige, came in yesterday. His unique character is noticable from the moment you meet him, and his portrait art captures both the essense of the subject and Daniel’s original technique within the piece.

Daniel has an incredible story, having once been a paraplegic and survived cancer. He paints to soothe his pain, and paints the works and portraits of artists he believes have also suffered – such as Andy Warhol, Marylin Monroe, and John Lennon. The courage and determination to overcome his illness is evident in all of his works.

Daniel’s work will be featured in the upcoming selection of works at the gallery called “Non-Applicable”. Non-Applicable is a theme-less selection of works from Daniel Page, Eleni, and Rex himself. The selection will be shown on March 25th, from 6-8pm.

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