Landscape painter Daniel Pinkham works out of a studio he built for himself in Palos Verdes, California where he was raised, having been born in the inner city of Los Angeles. He studied at the Art Center College of Design and then studied for five years with Russian artist and teacher, Sergei Bongart (1910-1985).
Pinkham’s choices of subjects are based on direct emotional responses with the imagery in front of him. His work takes him throughout the U.S. and Europe. From each locale, he experiences varied emotions that he translates to paint.
Daniel W. Pinkham and his work have been featured in American Artist, Art of the West, Fine Art Connoisseur, Southwest Art, Western Art & Architecture, and Western Art Collector. His works are in the permanent collections the Autry Museum of the American West, the Carnegie Art Museum, and
of LACMA. He is both a Signature Artist Member and board member of the California Art Club. Pinkham also is a signature member of Oil Painters of America.