Daniel Kanaan has explored a variety of mediums and motifs over the course of his art studies, including landscapes, portraits and even kinetic art made from scrap metal. His experimentation with printmaking led him to create an etching titled Lawn Chairs, which was included in the 2007 Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, alongside the work of noted European artists, Frank Auerbach and Lucian Freud.
Kanaan moved primarily to abstraction in the early 2010s, although he has continued to use landscapes as a primary source.
He has published three books: Enso, How to Surf in Your 40's, and Master of the Makes.
Kanaan began his career in London, and has also worked in France, Boston, and California.
He is currently represented by Artscoops.
Royal Academy Summer Show, London, England - 2007
Harrington Gallery, Pleasanton, California - 2014
Diablo Fine Art Spring Exhibition - 2016
Juror Award Winners, NewTV, Newton, Massachusetts - 2013
Summer Selective, NewTV, Newton, Massachusetts - 2013