Matt Daley is a contemporary visual artist based in Jersey, Channel Islands, working in a variety of media. Although primarily a painter Matt also works with photography, sculpture and installation in addition to collaborations with other contemporary artists. He also enjoys experimenting with murals, specialised paint effects, and faux finishes. In 2011 the Arthouse Creative Collective was formed with Daley and 5 other artists housed in studios at the harbour area of St Helier where they create a diverse range of artwork.
Daleys’ work revolves mainly around the human face as an object and concerns eye to brain interpretation and human interaction and perception. He graduated from Northbrook College Sussex with an upper second class honours degree in 2005 and later that year Matt’s series of abstract facial forms, Physiognomy, were chosen to be displayed alongside renowned artist Dan Baldwin in galleries in Brighton and Crawley. In 2006, in Jersey, he was awarded the Sir Peter Crill award for an 'outstanding community arts project' for his work with blind and partially sighted people drawing the human face by touch alone.
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