Daniel Byrne

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Daniel Byrne specialises in working with robust paper-based materials, transforming nature’s most arresting specimens into living beings by reimagining the poses and formations of real life and translating these into dynamic compositions. He has a focus on the drama of the natural world and the potential of colour and pattern presented in multiples.
He blends working to commission with the offer of framed artworks available to purchase.
His work incorporates butterflies, with their varying colors and wing patterns, birds and fish – all lending themselves particularly well to graphic compositions.
Each bird or butterfly is fabricated by hand in paper-based materials, usually with a metallic reflective quality, each involving a further five processes including printing, die cutting, scoring, folding into a 3Dimensional form, finishing and pinning to the back board. Every artwork represents hundreds of hours of precision making