Biography

Daniel Ambrose  (b.1957-)
American Artist

Exhibitions

2017
Solo Exhibition, Hughes Gallery, Boca Grande, FL

2016
Solo Exhibition, Cheryl Newby Gallery, Pawley’s Island, SC

2014
Solo Exhibition, Hughes Gallery, Boca Grande, FL
Solo Exhibition, Crossnore Fine Arts Gallery
2013
Solo Exhibition, Hughes Gallery, Boca Grande, FL
Solo Exhibition, “Landmarks,” Crossnore Fine Arts Gallery
Harvest Autumn Exhibition, Hughes Gallery, Boca Grande, FL
Cheryl Newby Gallery, Invitational Exhibit. Pawley’s Island, SC
American Society of Marine Artists, “Cruising Southern Waters,” Quinlan Art Center,  Gainesville, Georgia
Art on Paper Exhibition , “Daydreams, “Gibbes Museum, Charleston, SC
2012
Solo Exhibition, Hughes Gallery, Boca Grande, FL
Solo Exhibition, Crossnore Fine Arts Gallery
2011
Solo Exhibition,  Crossnore Fine Art Gallery, Crossnore, NC
2010
Solo Exhibition, Crossnore Fine Art Gallery, Crossnore, NC
2009
Solo Exhibition, Crossnore Fine Arts Gallery, Crossnore, NC
Spring Gallery Exhibition: Sheldon Fine Art, Naples, FL
Florida Biennial Invitational V:  Museum of Florida Art, Deland, FL A
New Atmosphere:  Crabtree Art Gallery, NC
Plein Air to Post Modern: Curated by James Murphy, Arts on Douglas, FL
Solo Exhibition, Crossnore Fine Art Gallery, Crossnore, NC
Florida Artists Group: Leepna-Ratner Museum of Art, St Petersburg, FL
2008
Lauritz Rush Gallery Exhibit: Marco Island Center for the Arts, Marco Island, FL
2007
Florida Artists Group: Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Beach, FL
2006
Solo Exhibition, Luminous Landscapes, Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Beach, FL
Florida Biennial Invitational: Deland Museum of Art, Deland, FL
2003
Solo Exhibition, Lake Eustis Museum of Art, Eustis, FL
2001
Solo Exhibition, “Native Haunts,” Museum of Arts and Sciences. Daytona Beach, FL
Invitational Group Exhibition: Deland Museum of Art, Deland, FL
51st Florida Artist Group:  The Capitol, Tallahassee, FL
1998
Florida Artist Group: Jacksonville Museum of Art, Jacksonville, FL
Southern Coast Invitational Miniature Show: Venice, FL
1994
Group Exhibition – Deland Museum of Art, Deland, FL

Collections (Partial List)

Bank of America
Benefit Plan Administrators, Canada
City of Eustis
City of Orlando
Daytona Beach Public Library
Daytona Beach International Airport
Florida Memorial Hospital
Museum of Arts and Sciences Permanent Collection
Volusia County Judicial Center
Rumrell, Costabel, Warrington, Thomas & Brock

Bibliography

Dusenbery, Eric. “Daniel Ambrose,” Volusia Voices, 2016

Contemporary American Marine Art. “The 16th National Exhibition of the American Society of Marine Artists,” Catalog 2015

Bahr, Bob. “Now That’s Service, Outdoor Painter, September 2015 http://www.outdoorpainter.com/now-thats-service/

Pandolfi, Elizabeth. Treasure Island. “Cheryl Newby Gallery Exhibits Outstanding Antique & Contemporary art.”
Charleston Style & Design. Spring 2015

Lane, Mark. “A Life of Light and Beauty” Feature Article,
Daytona News Journal, 15 Apr. 2013

“Crossnore presents Daniel Ambrose,” Asheville Citizen-Times, June 16, 2012.

Vassiliadis, Cheryl. “Reflections on the Tomoka.” Volusia Magazine. Holiday 2006: 19-20.

Burkett, Cynthia. “Daniel Ambrose, Capturing the Fleeting Beauty in Our Area.”
Island Voice. July & Aug., 2006: 25.

Cole, Christine. “Painter Reinvents Colors of Masters.”
Orlando Sentinel. 5 July 2003: Sec. G.

WTVT FOX 13 Morning News. Interview, Tampa, Fl.

Stonewater, Jacque. “Ambrose: A New Old Master”
Backstage Pass Magazine, 16-31 July, 2002.

Stewart, Laura. “Artist’s Luminous Landscapes Reflect Blissful Scenes”
Daytona News Journal, 24 Mar., 2002 6G.

Lazarus, Bill. “Fun Coast Artist” Halifax Magazine, Vol. VI No 8, Aug., 2002: 12+.

“Seery-Lester Art Scholarship.” Art Impressions Magazine.
Canada, Summer 1992: 55.

Florida Wildlife Magazine. July Aug., 1992: 29.

Professional Affiliations

American Society of Marine Artists
Museum of Arts and Sciences

 “Daniel Ambrose is a self taught representational artist who paints the vanishing coastal environments of Florida in richly painted egg tempera works of great mood and atmosphere.” — Museum of Arts and Sciences, Executive Director Emeritus, Gary Libby