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The Art of Daniel Merriam 2022 Wall Calendar

$14.99

Dive into worlds of fantastic creatures and Victorian architecture with Daniel Merriam’s surrealist art. From palaces perched delicately on branches to bees celebrating the summer solstice, Merriam’s steampunk-infused works combine adventure and whimsy in each scene. He says his paintings are vehicles for his dreams, not the product of them, so viewers can jump in and take the story wherever they choose. Journey to a new destination each month with this calendar highlighting 12 of Merriam’s detailed dreamscapes.
• 12 monthly grids and full-color artwork
• High-quality printing with soy-based inks on premium, environmentally sourced paper stock
• Exceptional color quality
• Grid pages are easy to write on
• Features US, Canadian, and United Kingdom legal holidays
• Perfect for hanging at home or over an office desk
• Pomegranate’s calendars feature exclusive selections of art from museums and artists around the world

Size: 12 x 13 x .125 in.
Opens to: 12 x 26 in.

ISBN 9781087502571

Daniel Merriam

Surreal. Romantic. Phantasmagorical. The artwork of Daniel Merriam (American, b. 1963) features ornately decorated Baroque buildings that are suspended in trees, crafted over waterfalls, and carried on the backs of elephants and cats. Likewise, the characters who populate Merriam’s wonderland dress extravagantly as they travel in hot air balloons and ride carriages and penny-farthing bicycles. In 2012, Merriam opened Bubble Street Gallery—an emporium celebrating creativity and the imagination in Sausalito, California—named after his painting Bubble Street. Merriam’s artwork hasn’t been confined to this gallery, though. His paintings have traveled in exhibitions across the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. As Merriam says, his audience is universal, limited only to “those who have the willingness to see with their hearts and minds.”
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