• Dan Steeves shortlisted for Open Studio National Printmaking Award - A distinguished jury selected the shortlist from prints donated to Open Studio by emerging and established artists from across Canada. The jury members with the difficult task of choosing the award winners were: Darren Alexander, of Tatar Alexander Public Art Management; Pat Feheley, of Feheley Fine Arts; and David H. Kaye, of David Kaye Gallery.
  • “What Lies Unseen” in Devil’s Artisan #73 - In DA 73, Tom Smart contributes Dan Steeves: What Lies Unseen, an illustrated examination of the work and career of Dan Steeves, a renowned Canadian intaglio printmaker (and distant relative of Andrew Steeves, the book publisher).
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About Dan Steeves

Dan Steeves | portrait

Intaglio printmaker Dan Steeves

Dan Steeves’ work has been exhibited in public and institutional galleries in Canada, the United States, Holland, China, England, Korea, Russia, Scotland, Italy, Japan, Poland, Taiwan and the Ukraine.

His prints are represented internationally in both public and private collections. He is represented by the Abbozzo Gallery of Toronto, Ontario, and the Peter Buckland Gallery of Saint John, New Brunswick.

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In the passage of our lives there is a sense of being in a state of naissance, a process of birth, never being quite mature. So it is that the house symbolizes the shelter and sanctuary in this maturing process. Dan Steeves’ work begins with the domicile but is transformed from the simple to the monumental.

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