Blue Chair at 9:30
Medium:Painted metal relief sculpture on wood composite panel
Height: 18 in
Width: 18 in
Depth: 2.5 in
layered and brightly colored metal abstract shapes. What appears to be the back of a blue chair on the bottom
At an early age, Daniel Roache had the good fortune to study and apprentice with local professional artists, such as Ruth Loring-Janes and Karl Staber, in their own studios. Their traditional teachings in composition, color and drawing instilled a respect for design and finish for Roache. From 1975 to 1980, Roache was employed by the Detroit Institute of Arts Research Library, giving him hands on experience with as an art historian, changing his view point as a studio artist.
Library of Congress Subjects:Collage