2012 Honorary Chair
Artist, Acter, Sculptor, Philanthropist, Writer, Director, and Entrepreneur.
For more information visit www.danielsternart.com
Daniel Stern is a man with many titles: Artist. Actor. Sculptor. Philanthropist. Writer. Director. Entrepreneur. Community Leader. He seamlessly and effectively incorporates all of these identities and passions into his art, with the precision and innovation that has become synonymous with his work. Of all his roles, however, his most cherished title adds a distinct playfulness and joy to his sculptures: the role of Father. It is the love that he has for his three children that motivates and moves him to create work that inspires, uplifts, and engages the viewer with the unexpected, humorous side of the human condition.
Mr. Stern is best known over the last 30 years for his roles in iconic television and film including Diner, Breaking Away, Home Alone and City Slickers, and as the voice of the narrator on The Wonder Years. But recently, he has shifted from the spotlight to the art studio, swiftly gaining notoriety and accolades for his work as a sculptor. His work has been exhibited throughout Southern California in such places as the Tracy Park Gallery, Malibu, the Very Venice Gallery, Venice and the L.A. Contemporary Gallery, Culver City.
|ABOVE: "Bankers Holiday" by Daniel Stern|
|His years of community service also included coaching sports teams, teaching Media Literacy in various schools, serving as a board member of the Creative Coalition, and as honorary chairman of the California State PTA.
Daniel Stern Sculpture is currently being represented by the Los Angeles based Coral Canyon Publishing, the company that represents and publishes The Art of Jane Seymour, Sean M. Flynn Photography, and Corey Smith Art.
|ABOVE: 2012 Thousand Oaks Arts Festival Honorary Chair, Daniel Stern.|
|BELOW: "Jump" by Daniel Stern.|
|LEFT: "Reach for It" by Daniel Stern.|
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