Daryl Zang

Artist Statement

"I use painting as a visual journal. The work I create reflects my own experience and I often describe it as autobiographical. While sometimes addressing deeply personal subjects, I create honest images of ordinary moments. Painting brings about connection and dialogue. That connection fuels my enthusiasm for painting."


Daryl Zang is a contemporary realist painter born in 1971 in New York City and is now living and working in Connecticut. She earned a BFA from Syracuse University in 1993. Zang creates extraordinary figurative and still life paintings for art lovers who want their space and collection to reflect a bold sense of style and beauty. Her work is available primarily through Cavalier Galleries in Greenwich Connecticut. Her paintings have been included in group exhibitions at the Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, VT, the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art in Wausau, WI, Principle Gallery in Charleston, SC, and RJD Gallery. She is also included in the Bennett Collection of Women Realists, San Antonio, TX. Daryl ’s work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions at The Bing Art Center, Springfield, MA, The Michele and Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Art, Springfield, MA, and at St. Peter’s Church, New York, NY.

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Attitude, 2014

Oil on Panel, 30" x 32"