For 20 years, Daniel Duford has woven visual narratives — stories that flow through large paintings, graphic novels, installations and figurative sculpture. His work is born from the mythic and political history of North America. He is a 2019 Guggenheim Fellow, a 2018 MacDowell Fellow, a 2010 Hallie Ford Fellow and a 2012 Art Matters Grant recipient. His work has been exhibited nationally including MASS MOCA, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at PSU, Orange County Museum of Art and the Boise Art Museum. His curatorial projects include the 2012 exhibition Fighting Men: Leon Golub, Jack Kirby, Peter Voulkos (2012) at the Hoffman Gallery at Lewis and Clark College and An Earth Song, A Body Song: Figures with Landscapes. Works from the Permanent Collection (2020) at Orange County Museum of Art. His current writing can be found on The Whole Live Animal at danielduford.substack.com. He is Visiting Professor of Art at Reed College and Creative Director of Building Five in a performance and installation space in Portland, Oregon. www.danielduford.com