Danielle Eubank is a painter interested in exploring the relationship between abstraction and realism. She is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant 2014-15.
In addition to her studio practice, Ms. Eubank is an expedition artist. She sailed aboard the barkentine tall ship, The Antigua, on an art and science expedition to the High Arctic in Autumn 2014.
She is the Expedition Artist on the Phoenicia, a replica of a 600 B.C. Phoenician vessel. The ship sailed from the Mediterranean through the Suez Canal, around Africa and back into the Mediterranean, completing the circumnavigation in November 2010.
In 2003-2004, she set sail as an Expedition Artist on The Borobudur Ship, a replica of an 8th century Indonesian wooden boat that sailed 10,000 miles around the African continent. She was also an artist-in-residence in Bali in 2005.
Ms. Eubank has worked as a commissioned artist, producing portraits for Standard Chartered Bank and for the Naval and Military Club in London, as well for many private individuals.
She has painted the Henley Royal Regatta since 2011. A short documentary film about her work, Mozambique VI, premiered at the Newport Beach Film Festival in 2012.
Danielle Eubank exhibits widely in The United States, The United Kingdom, as well as in Europe and Asia. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles.
Danielle Eubank makes every effort to create her artwork in an environmentally responsible manner. She uses the highest quality materials. This includes low VOC or no VOC paints, thinners, and mediums, and FSC certified wood for stretchers. She recycles whenever possible.