Danny Ferland

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L'Heure Avant l'Aube

L’Heure Avant l’Aube

Oil on canvas

14x18in

$2,000

Recueillement Nocturne

Recueillement Nocturne

Oil on canvas

14x18in

$2,000

SARAH'S DREAM

SARAH’S DREAM

Oil on canvas

36x80in tryptic

$7,400

Downcast

Downcast

Oil on canvas

8x10in

$800 framed

Self-portrait

Self-portrait

Oil on canvas

26x26in

$3,200

Yenan

Yenan

Oil on canvas

18x36in

$3,400

Madeleine

Madeleine

Oil on canvas

14x24in

$3,000

Mathieu

Mathieu

Oil on dibond

9.5×7.5in

$1,000

Marius

Marius

Oil on canvas

12x72in

$5,000 framed

Avery

Avery

Oil on canvas

12x72in

$5,000 framed

Annie-pier

Annie-pier

Oil on canvas

12x72in

$5,000 framed

Jade

Jade

Oil on canvas

12x72in

$5,000 framed

Josette

Josette

Oil on canvas

8x24in

$1,200

Sold Works (Partial Archive)


Le Tombeau des Regrets

Le Tombeau des Regrets

Oil on linen

10x12in

SOLD

Mother and daughter (commission)

Mother and daughter (commission)

Oil on canvas

12x12in

SOLD

Betty (commission)

Betty (commission)

Oil on canvas

12x12in

SOLD

My Daughter (commission)

My Daughter (commission)

Oil on canvas

12x12in

SOLD

Jose

Jose

Oil on canvas

12x12in

SOLD

Leanne

Leanne

Oil on dibond

18x12in

SOLD

Martine

Martine

Oil on canvas laid on panel

8x16in

SOLD

Zoe

Zoe

Oil on canvas

9x12in

SOLD


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Danny Ferland

Danny Ferland was born in 1975 in Quebec City, Quebec. He was self taught for many years before discovering the magnificence of figurative art during a European trip in 2002. Seeing the historical artworks in countless museums is what made him realize the outmost importance of genuine academic training.

In 2008 he moved to New York city after being accepted into the Janus Collaborative school of art. The curriculum was based on working exclusively from the live model. After months of dedication, he realized that his main interest lied in portraiture, one of the most complex and demanding forms of art.

The balance of strong drawing skills and the sensitivity needed to produce an image with truth and soul is what drove him to pursue the art of portraiture. "I am trying to establish a subtle bridge between myself and the model, one that is built with trust and generosity. Moreover, this connection enables me to extract a beauty, a story and a spirit that is unique to every subject. If I can convey even a small part of this truth, I know that it will trigger a memory that is lost somewhere in the poetry of the human experience.