Peter Daniels CV; Highlights. *Please note, there have been extensive shows, exhibitions, and displays, too many to list, so these are the best of everything.
Over 70,000 pieces of artwork created and produced by Peter have been sold. Collectors in North America purchased many items, however, Japan has been a frequent buyer of Peter’s work. Items have gone to Hawaii, North West Territories, and England. The Department of External Affairs in Ottawa has selected Peter’s artwork for their permanent collection as well as numerous private collectors, who have his art in their homes.
KVOS TV, CBC TV, Roger’s Cable and Shaw Cable have all filmed Peter’s Fine Art with interviews and documentaries. Roger Boulet, co-author of the “Group of Seven” book gave Peter an exhibition next to the Group of Seven in the late ’70s in Vancouver, at the Keanlyside Gallery.
In 1999, the Delta Art Council nominated Peter for the Bronfman Award in Canada. This award is the highest achievement award in his medium in the arts in Canada. Being nominated is a huge success in itself.
1.1969. Graduated from South Peace Senior. Secondary, with Certificate in Dawson Creek B.C.
2.1970. Graduated from K.S.A. in Commercial Art with a certificate in Nelson B.C.
3.1971. Graduated from K.S.A. with Fine Art Certificate in Nelson B.C.
4.1972.Graduated from K.S.A. with Fine Art Diploma in Nelson B.C.
5.1974. Graduated from Notre Dame University with a B.F.A. in Nelson B.C.
6.1970-1972. Taught art in summer workshops throughout B.C. with O.F.Y. Grants.
7.1973. Taught art from grades 8-12 at St. Michael’s University School in Victoria B.C. Developed the Baccalaureate program.
8.1974-1981. Taught art therapy at Matsqui Institution in Abbotsford B.C. Developed Commissioners Directives and Standing Orders for minimum standards.
9.1977.Participated in Habitat International in Vancouver B.C.
10.1981. Opened porcelain studio full time in North Surrey B.C.
11.1985. Porcelain was selected for the Dept. of External Affairs Permanent Collection in Ottawa.
12.1987. Was published and my art was sold through the Gift Shows in Canada. Established numerous shops on on-going basis for sales across Canada and into the U.S.A.
13.1989. Signed as an agent with Buckhorn Art Publishing and Hadley House Toronto Ontario.
14.1995. Signed as a distributor for James Lumbers Art Publishing Toronto Ontario.
15. 1996.Exhibited at the Agora Gallery in Manhattan. New York. Reviewed in the Manhattan Arts Review.
16.1997.Nominated for the Bronfman Award in Canada.
17. 2000 Signed with Apple Jack Art Partners to be the Director of Sales in Canada from Manchester Center Vermont.
18.2004. Exhibited with Sotheby’s International at the French Consulate in Vancouver.
19.2006.Had the Blue Horse Sculpture Stolen from the Tiffany Neally Gallery in White Rock B.C.
20.2006. Commissioned an art sculpture to the Moose Jaw Travel Museum. Moose Jaw Saskatchewan.
21.2009.Commissioned to paint the Hand Chair for a private collector.
22.2010. Exhibited at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver B.C.
*23.2015. Completed the development of a Feature Film, The Open Door Film. White Rock B.C. Working on funding this film into production.
24. On-going relationship with gift galleries such as Aunties Attic, The Harrison Lake Gallery, Cheese crafters gift gallery, The Mission 202 Gallery.
NOMINATIONS: The Bronfman Award of Excellence. Nominated by Delta Arts Council of B.C. 1997.
SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS: Developed the “New Group of Seven Artist” and exhibited at the French Consulate in Vancouver B.C.2004.
SPECIAL NOTE: Peter Daniels has acted both principal roles and non speaking special skills roles, performed some stunts, stand in, photo double, written scripts and performed Back Ground in hundreds of feature films and T.V. series. He has worked with Danny DeVito, Pierce Brosnan, Will Smith, Jennifer Aniston, Penelope Cruz, Leslie Nielsen, Woody Harrelson, Beau Bridges, Al Pacino, Robert Redford and Johnny Depp, plus many others.
Memberships; I.A.T.S.E. 891. and U.B.C.P.
Peter Daniels 15585 Pacific Ave White Rock B.C.V4B1R8 Ph;604-535-1004. cell; 604-817-7743.