Daniel Horowitz is an award-winning illustrator and art director. Working primarily as a digital artist over the last decade, one day Daniel Horowitz considered what might happen if he were to pull out a blank page and begin to draw. Not on commission and with no particular purpose in mind. The self imposed minimum, one drawing a day, was to serve as an exercise to pull himself away from the computer and to begin to explore analog creativity. Daniel was concerned that the quality of these artworks would be too different from, or inferior to, his better known commercial illustrations, so he had little intention of sharing this experiment. However, as days turned into weeks he began to realize that within the spontaneity of this process, something curious and new began to emerge.
Horowitz formed a blog and began to post his daily explorations. The overwhelming response helped to see the project through to its end at 365 drawings. Although the requirement was to post a sketch or line drawing and nothing more, he began to create more elaborate collages and paintings as the rhythm took hold of his imagination. As the series nears its completion, we are pleased to announce that all 365 daily artworks will be united at The Invisible Dog for Daniel Horowitz’s most comprehensive show to date, to be curated by Chong Gon Byun. The opening reception is part of The Armory Arts Week
March 10–May 5
Saturday, March 10
The Main Gallery
51 Bergen St.