The Art of Daniel Ambrose

Hauntingly Beautiful Paintings

Wild an Free

Oil on Linen

Seven For a Secret

Egg Tempera on Panel


Egg Tempera on Panel

Falling Star

Egg Tempera on Panel

To Sleep, To Dream

Egg Tempera on Panel

When Time Stood Still

Oil on Linen


“In a world full of stress and endless distractions, my paintings and writings celebrate the quiet beauty of light. Natural places that inspire, connect us, creating momnets of grace and peace in our busy lives. Read my journal for inspiring stories. Explore my painting galleries and discover beautiful art to enrich your life. Find what you love, and make it yours.” Daniel

T he paintings of Daniel Ambrose are renowned for their extraordinary luminosity and remarkable power to evoke a spiritual sense of place. Highly proficient in painting in oil and watercolor, Ambrose is also master of painting in the historic medium of egg tempera, perfected by the Old Masters centuries ago. To create his timeless egg tempera paintings, Ambrose makes his own paint from a 15th century Italian recipe, using egg yolks and natural earth pigments procured from around the world. His technique incorporates weaving hundreds of translucent layers of paint into a rich tapestry of subtle hues, imparting to his serene paintings an inspiring ethereal luminosity seldom attained by contemporary artists.

Ambrose is a founding member of the American Tonalist Society, and a member of the American Society of Marine Artists. Ambrose’s paintings have been exhibited in numerous solo gallery shows and many fine museums including; Florida Historic Capitol Museum, Jacksonville Museum of Art, Leepna-Ratner Museum, Museum of Florida Art. Corporate and public collections include Volusia County Justice Center, Bank of America, Florida Memorial Hospital, The Public Collections of Eustis and Orlando, Daytona Beach International Airport, and the Permanent Collection of The Museum of Arts and Sciences.

“Ambrose is an extremely talented painter whose work never ceases to delight me. As an art curator I have been privileged to work with him to present exhibitions of his work and to buy examples of his work for museum collections.” — David Swoyer

The Kiss of Life

Last January, my daughter called at twilight wanting to know the name of a bright star. Venus, I replied. The evening star. I was in the process of reworking a painting with Venus in it that I wrote about in Before I Sleep. Our conversation brought to mind an egg...

Finding My Way Home

I lean my back against a sun-warmed rock and feel the heat leak into my bones. Just breathe. Just leave me here, scattered among relics of the sea; purple mussel shells, golden kelp and speckled granite. Slake my thirsty soul with saltwater, and shake my body out...

The Profound Beauty of Silence

Sometimes words are too shadowy to describe the luminous spectrum of life experiences. When words fail, all that remains is the profound beauty of silence. The need to express the ineffable existed in humans long before we invented the written word. We communicated in...

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