- Mozambique IX Oil on linen 60x72"
- Phoenicia Reflection Oil on linen 60x72"
- Arwad III Oil on linen 32x42"
- Cape Town Waterfront III Oil on linen 38x38"
- South Africa Oil on linen 48x42"
- Mozambique VI Oil on linen 24x36"
- Pines Oil on linen 30x24"
Danielle Eubank is a painter interested in exploring the relationship between abstraction and realism. She is making a statement about the unifying preciousness of water by painting all the major bodies of water in the world. She is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant 2014-15.
In addition to her studio practice, Ms. Eubank is an expedition artist. She sailed aboard the barquentine tall ship The Antigua, on an art and science expedition to the High Arctic in Autumn 2014.
She is the Expedition Artist on the Phoenicia, a replica 600 B.C.E. Phoenician vessel that sailed from Syria in the Mediterranean through the Suez Canal, around Africa and back into the Mediterranean, completing the circumnavigation of Africa in November 2010. She sailed aboard Phoenicia to London in June 2012, as part of the Phoenicia Exhibition that ran concurrently with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and London Olympics. Thompson’s Gallery, in central London, hosted Eubank’s solo show as Expedition Artist. Phoenicia will sail to the Americas in 2016.
In 2004 Eubank was invited to participate in the international Borobudur Ship Expedition. As Expedition Artist, she traveled 10,000 miles with the replica 8th century Indonesian wooden boat from Indonesia to Seychelles, Madagascar, South Africa, and Ghana, painting and drawing. The boat was of a design based on stone relief carvings found on the ancient Buddhist temple at Borobudur on the island of Java and was officially launched by the President of Indonesia. The body of work she produced during this voyage (over 100 paintings and photographs) was subsequently presented at a solo exhibition in central London.
In 2005, Eubank was an artist-in-residence in Bali for 3 months. Based in Ubud, a center of traditional arts, she created a body of work that explores the relationship between figurative and abstract themes while celebrating the Balinesian culture, seascape and artistic heritage of the island.
Eubank also works as a commissioned artist, having produced portraits for Standard Chartered Bank for its art collection in Hong Kong, for the Naval and Military Club in London, as well for many private individuals. Eubank painted the portrait of General Sir Peter de la Billiere that hangs in the Naval and Military Club. It was unveiled by His Royal Highness Prince General Khaled bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia in May, 2007.
Eubank has spoken at conferences and universities in Japan, Korea, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Mexico, The United States, Spain, Syria, Italy, and others. Eubank has painted the Henley Royal Regatta since 2011. A film documentary about her work, Mozambique VI, premiered at the Newport Beach Film Festival in 2012.
Danielle Eubank holds a postgraduate degree in fine art from UCLA in Los Angeles. She exhibits widely in The United States, The United Kingdom, as well as in Europe and Asia. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles. She lived in the United Kingdom and Spain for ten years.