About the Appraiser
Daniel is a member of the International Society of Appraisers (ISA) and adheres to Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice in his appraisal assignments. His education includes earned degrees in art and art history from University of Regina and University of British Columbia supplemented with professional museum and arts management certificates from Banff Centre and American Law Institute/American Bar Association.
Daniel worked with art galleries and museums across Western Canada, including Mackenzie Art Gallery, Mendel Art Gallery, Glenbow Museum, Alberta College of Art Gallery, Muttart Art Gallery, Art Gallery of the South Okanagan (Penticton Art Gallery), and Vancouver Art Gallery, plus the International Museum of Cultures in Dallas in varying roles from preparatory to curatorial to managerial. At the Mendel he prepared condition reports and helped to digitize the catalogued collection of 4,400 objects into a museum collection database.
Christian Images in French Late Nineteenth Century Art; Separation of the visual arts from the Church in Western society in late nineteenth century Europe was presented at The Fine Arts and the Christian Faith Conference; Canadian Centre for Scholarship and Christian Faith, hosted by Concordia University of Edmonton in 2014.