Daric Gill – Interdisciplinary Artist
b. 1982, USA. Internationally recognized fine artist
Daric Gill belongs to a movement in the arts that explores the development of several professional bodies of artwork by one artist. He has displayed his work internationally and has sold art on 3 continents and over 16 countries.
His award-winning oil paintings (The Absolutes Series) has been exhibited in such establishments as Galerie Raskolnikow (Germany), Lolo Taller Galleria (Cuba), Czong Institute for Contemporary Art Museum (South Korea), the John F. Peto Museum (NJ), the Edward Hopper House Museum (NY), George Billis Gallery (Los Angeles & Chelsea NYC), Center of Science and Industry Museum (OH), and the Columbus Museum of Art (OH).
Gill also has an award-winning series of interactive robotic sculptures (The Living Machines) that have been featured at the Columbus Museum of Art and several international publications including International Art Market Magazine, Artist Talk Magazine, and Make: Magazine. Other notable features by technology giants like Arduino, Hackster.io, Xataka Spain, Digi-Key, and Adafruit Industries. Their interactive nature can be seen in museums, galleries, public parks, and other urban spaces. In addition, his metal sculptures and portrait paintings have been exhibited alongside the works of Warhol, Picasso, Calder, Lichtenstein, and the like.
He is a recipient of the 2019 Artist Exchange in Dresden, Germany, 2019 Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award, and 2018 Visual Arts Fellowship from the Greater Columbus Arts Council. Currently, he has a show at the Columbus Museum of Art. Gill has served as a juror for the 2017 Winter Park Arts Festival International and the 2015 Columbus Arts Festival. He is a former adjunct professor at the Columbus College of Art & Design.
“My artwork combines the history of reclaimed materials with a hybrid of advanced conceptual subject matter and refined technical skill sets.”
“What is an interdisciplinary artist?”
A person or a team of people who are interdisciplinary use philosophies or knowledge from several fields to solve problems that are outside the scope of the traditional boundaries. No dabbling here; This is a cross-platform approach to art making using finely tuned skills from various backgrounds. Like a triathlete, limiting their professional title to a single field would negate all the training they have in other fields. Click here to learn more about interdisciplinary art.
Former adjunct professor, vintage motorbike rider, and local coffee-shop devotee
All images © 2002-2021 Daric Gill