About the Art

Symbolist painter Delaney Henderson creates mid-sized oil paintings combining animals, people and landscapes into an assembled final image(s). Her work is personal and dreamlike, subjective and sometimes obscure, and has an illustrative quality. The final image is visualized in entirety beforehand, and worked from reference sketches and photographs but may change while in progress. All the art is done in traditional and water based oils. on canvas.

Bio

Delaney grew up in the LA area of Southern California and subsequently spent several years in San Francisco and the east bay cities of Oakland and Berkeley where she currently lives.

She has exhibited her work throughout California in museums and galleries and has completed two artist residencies, one at the Montana Artist Refuge in Basin, Montana and one at the Mill Atelier Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She also painted and resided in Sedona in 2016- 2017 and the  influence of the  South Western landscapes is  evident in some of her work.

contact:  delaneyh0813@gmail.com

Selected Exhibitions

Artist Residency
2006 Montana Artist Residency
October Basin,Montana
2001 Mill Atelier Gallery
May, June Santa Fe, NM

Museum Exhibitions
2000 Bolinas Museum Bolinas, CA
“On Canvas”, Northern California competition
1998 San Bernadino County Museum, Inland Exhibition XXXIV
(International Competition for emerging artists)
1996 San Diego Museum of Art San Diego, CA
Artists Guild California Juried Exhibition

Group Shows
2016,2017
The Big Gay Art Show Sedona, AZ
Sedona Art Center

Solo Show & 2 person Show

2020 Oakland Art Murmur / First Friday Art Walk
Warehouse416,  Oakland, CA

2015. The W.E.B. Gallery Oakland, CA

Honors and Awards
Barr Art Service Award
San Bernadino Art Association (Inland Exhibition XXXIV)
Honorarium
City of Oakland, Office of Economic Development and Employment
Neighborhood Windows Project through Secession Gallery San Francisco

ART Education
B.F.A. 1998 Painting/Drawing Academy of Art College San Francisco, CA

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