Daniel le mesurier

Dan Le mesurier's work is more than the sum of its parts. Worlds within words, words within images and images within words. Sprawling across paintings sculptures and installations, providing visceral and stimulating views across landscapes, scenes and conceptual mindscapes.

The work will make you laugh cry and smile, perhaps all at the same time.

Le mesurier has worked in Bristol as an artist for the last 11 years. Organising exhibitions and connecting his audience in new and novel ways he is in his element when challenged and busy creating/connecting.

Dan Le mesurier, 'the path of photons and the awkward fumblings of perspective', 2016, 40 x 40 cm, Acrylic on

What we see is not what is there, it's just a sliver, of a spectrum, a reflection, of something else. Points in the fog.

Dan Le mesurier, 'Killing time since Babylon', 2015, 70 x 100 cm, acrylic on canvas

The hanging gardens of Babylon, the restaurant at the end of the universe in hitchhikers guide to the galaxy. Our short lives the short lives of empires, time...

Dan Le mesurier, Jungle mural, 2019, 2 x 5 m approx, acrylic on wall

A mural commission set in a garden. Get in touch if you would like something similar!

Dan le mesurier, 'Domesticate me not', 2021, 91 x 64 cm, acrylic on board

Domesticate me not

Dan Le mesurier, ‘landscapes lost and found’books, 2015, dimensions variable, 80 x 45 cm approx, glass, paint other materials,

This was created with refugees in mind but also represents climate refugees both present and yet to come and all of us when we are lost and seeking safe passage. Amongst the landscape carved of books people travel on raft.

Dan Le mesurier, Shop lifters of the world unite and take over, 23 x 30 cm, 2015, acrylic on canvas

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