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Daniel Heron’s “1i” is an acrylic abstract painting that is original as it is captivating. It is 23.5 inches wide by 32.5 inches high and sells for $900.
Blue Rabbit by Daniel Heron uses mixed media to tell its story. This original art is 25 inches wide by 37 inches high and sells for $1,100.
Daniel Heron takes mixed media to new levels with “Butterfly,” an abstract, imaginative piece. It is 18.5 inches wide by 28.5 inches high. It sells for $900.
Daniel Heron uses acrylics, color and shading to get depth and feeling in Chief’s Blanket, an original painting. It is 20.5 inches wide by 32.5 inches high and sells for $900.
Deep and Quiet brings the serenity. This mixed media original abstract has bold lines and subtle colors. It is 20.5 inches wide by 30 inches high and sells for $900.
Kachina Maker by Daniel Heron is a robust, original mixed media abstract filled with color. It is 20.75 inches wide by 28.25 inches high. It sells for $800.
Daniel Heron makes mixed media dreams come true in his abstract works. “Saddle Blanket” uses subtle colors to evoke the West. It is 20.5 inches wide by 31.5 inches high and sells for $800.
Ahhh. Relax and gaze upon Daniel Heron’s Sundown and feel your worries and stress melt away. Colors sink into each other while still maintaining integrity and boundaries. This acrylic abstract painting is 35 inches wide by 53 inches high. It sells for $2000.
The Inconnu by Daniel Heron is a breathtaking original mixed media artwork saturated with color. It is 30 inches wide by 45 inches high. It sells for $2000.
Statuesque yet approachable, The People by Daniel Heron opens doors into a new world. This original mixed media abstract is 18.5 inches wide by 44 inches high. It sells for $1000.
The Prudent Man by Daniel Heron is mixed media, including painted paper collage. It is 24.5 inches wide by 37 inches high. This original artwork sells for $900.
Larger-than-life turtles saunter along this Southwest theme in The Turtle Clan by Daniel Heron. This original mixed-media abstract is one of our only “animal-abstracts.”