Harvey Daniels (born in London in 1936) studied at the Willesden School of Art, then London University and Brighton College of Art. He went on to lectured at Brighton College of Art from 1963 to 1989 and sadly passed away in 2013. Daniels’ art is described as having a ‘geometric feel’ where he aims for the work to have an emotional charge and poetry, even though it is non-figurative. To Daniels music is an important aspect of his art and the structure of the work is more important than the colour. He only uses about twenty or twenty-five motifs, which commonly include the square, circle and triangle. He worked in this geometric, non-figurative way for more than twenty-five years. Since 1983, with Peacock, he has made over 60 different images and editions in lithography, etching, screen and – importantly – woodcuts.
Peacock Visual Arts
2 Plate Etching with Screenprint
77 x 66.5 cm