Daniel Warth, a San Francisco based painter, has shown in Marin County in 2010 at Five Senses Projects and in 2011 at the O' Hanlon Center for the Arts in Mill Valley. Warth discusses his work as a continuing source of discovery and exploration for him. 

“Currently, I choose to work with a wide array of subject matter. Many of my influences stem from various painters from the early twentieth century. Often, there is certain romanticism in work that could be considered nostalgic. 

Many of these paintings are imbued with a sense of wonder or reverence for nature. The figurative works are fictional. These portrayals convey subtleties of countenance and emotional undertone. I like to think of paintings often as a source of illumination, offering the viewer something far removed from language. My approach to painting is non-formulaic and continues to evolve as time moves forward.”