Daniel Sherington is an emerging Australian artist, whose work predominately explores the concepts of subversive representation as well as the contextual perception within artwork. Sherington has a multi-disciplinary artistic practice, yet focusses on large scale hyper-realistic drawing. His art is inquisitive in nature - exploring imagery by utilising technical pens and other drawing media, to depict: portraiture, landscape, figurative forms, and still life. Daniel is best known for his 'CONTEXT' series, which depicts large scale representationally subversive pieces, and is a series which he is continuing to explore.
Having experienced critical success as a finalist in the Stanthorpe Art Prize (2018), and the Lethbridge 10000 (2018). Sherington has participated in many group shows around Brisbane, with consecutive showings in the Brisbane Street Art Festival and Brisbane Grammar Art Show, which has culminated in his selection as a feature artist in the aforementioned Brisbane Grammar Art Show in 2018.