Dan DeRoux oil painting
Daniel DeRoux, was born in Juneau Alaska in 1951 and except for 5 years in San Francisco, has been painting in Alaska all of his life. His work is in the collection of the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio, the Morris Museum in Atlanta and all the major Museums in Alaska.
His exhibition record includes many awards in International and National competitions, including; The Florence International Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Art, A Gold Medal for "Most Accomplished Artist" in the Los Angeles International Art Competition, also in that competition he won a Bronze Medal in "Mixed Media" and Certificates of Excellence in Painting and Drawing.
He received "Third Place" in the New York International Art Competition. That same year he took "First Place" in the Calgene West Coast Art Competition in Davis, California.
He represented Alaska in the "First Western States Arts Foundation Biennial" which toured to; The National Collection, Wash. D.C., the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, theNewport Harbor Art Museum and the Denver Art Museum.
Solo Exhibitions include; the Czar's Summer Palace in St. Petersberg, the Vladivostok Municipal Gallery, the SOMAR Gallery, the Municipal Art Gallery, and the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, Natsoulos/Novelozo Gallery in Davis, Ca., the Two Penny Gallery in Sacramento, the Alaska State Museum,
Other exhibitions include the Elaine Horwitch Gallery and Suzanne Brown Gallery in Sante Fe, the All California Competition at the Laguna Beach Art Museum, the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, the Los Angeles Design center, Portland Art Museum, Mississippi Museum of Art, the National Collection, Washington, D.C, and the New York International Art Competition