Through his oil and acrylic landscapes, Dan VanLandingham captures the vastness of space and the delicate light that inhabits it. His most recent work serves as “common ground for distressed and sublime spaces at the mercy of human encroachment,” exploring the abusive effects humans have on natural spaces.
“Creating images allows me to become, simultaneously, the architect, the landscaper and the steward of nature,” he says.
VanLandingham earned his master’s degree in fine arts from Savannah College of Art and Design. He has been published in the New York Times and exhibited his works in New York, Georgia and Massachusetts.
See more of VanLandingham’s work in ABN’s Fall 2013 “30 under 30” feature.