You spoke and we listened. Due to an overwhelming number of requests, we're offering a second 2-day Fearless Abstract Painting workshop at Swinton's Art Supply in Calgary, Canada this summer. You asked for a sign. This is it! Sign up by following the link bellow:
2019 daSilva Fine Art Exhibition Schedule Announcement
A huge & heartfelt "Thank You" to my friends at Root'd Home in Park City, Ut for featuring my artwork on their "Meet the Maker" blog series. I am thrilled and honored to be a part of such a dynamic, talented and generous community. Read the full story HERE
8 workshops, 5 cities, 2 countries. Find the Fearless Abstract Painting workshop that's right for you!
I've been getting fair amount of emails lately regarding my teaching schedule for 2019. The following is a comprehensive listing of cities, dates & how to register for my upcoming classes. I am sincerely grateful for your continued love and support. See you soon!
Can you guess how many of the following 21 images are real paintings?
My new series of paintings is inspired by rust, peeling paint, abandoned buildings, ripped jeans, torn newspaper, and many surfaces found in nature. I am fascinated by creating paintings that look like they have been left outside to be exposed to the elements and the passing of time.
We all have an internal compass. Following that compass isn't always easy, but it will always take us exactly where we need to be. My unique contribution is creating paintings I am passionate about, and teaching others how art making can be a vehicle for empowerment. Shop the Collection
Writing my own artist biography has always been incredibly challenging for me. How do I write objectively so that I account for my achievements without sounding like a conceited jerk? How do I summarize the past 10 years without writing a long-winded novel?
My new artist biography marks the beginning of a new chapter. I thank my lucky stars for my brother Lucas, who helped me put into words a narrative far better than I could have done myself.
A heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who raised a glass (or two!) during last night's STUDIO GRAND OPENING celebration. Your presence, friendship, well wishes, and generosity brought tears of gratitude to my eyes. Thank you for infusing your "good vibes" into my new space.
This blog was created to share my belief that the art making process can be a vehicle for empowerment.
I am living proof.