Dane Chinnock

Dane Chinnock

Painter – Landscape

Oil/Palette Knife – Plein Air

 

8″H x 16″W

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Oil

28″H x 42″W

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Oil

34″H x 24″W

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Oil/Palette Knife – Plein Air

 

10″H x 14″W

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Oil/Palette Knife – Plein Air

 

8″H x 20″W

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Oil/Knife

16″H x 12″W

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Oil/Palette Knife

 

12″H x 30″W

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Oil/Palette Knife – Plein Air

 

11″H x 14″W

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Oil

18″H x 24″W

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Oil

21’H x 21″W

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Oil

16″H x 36’W

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Oil/Knife

16″H x 40″W

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When Dane Chinnock was a child growing up in Tucson and then Prescott, he was fascinated by the colors and smells inside his mom’s paint box. He became serious about art in high school – Dane was the only student in his advanced art class allowed to work with oil paints. But after high school, life got in the way. Dane opened his own business, and set aside his paints until about six years ago when his passion beckoned him back to the easel. “I picked up my paints, and it was as if I had never put them down,” he says.

Dane studied art with renowned landscape painter Robert Knudson and portrait artist Paul Abbott. His own oil-on-canvas paintings reflect the Southwest landscape he holds so dear. (As an avid backpacker, Dane recently began painting en plein air.) Using a palette knife, Dane creates flat edges, sharp lines and enticingly textured images of the Arizona, Colorado and California landscapes. His backpacking trips also afford him the chance to explore Arizona’s remote and awe-inspiring locations, while spending time with his three children.

Recently, bronze wildlife sculptor Ken Rowe discovered Dane’s paintings at a Phippen Museum art show and invited Dane to exhibit his work at Rowe Fine Art Gallery. Dane currently has more than a dozen paintings hanging in the space.

“I am overwhelmingly grateful for the artists like Ken who have come along and offered their support,” says Dane, who still lives in Prescott. “I’ve loved art since I was a kid. Picasso said, ‘Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.’ It looks like I might have finally found a way.”

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