Darryl’s work is informed by his career experiences in industrial, graphic, and furniture design and fine woodworking; as well as home design and restoration. His work in architectural interiors, furniture, and lighting has been published in The New York TimesHome section, Interior Design, Metropolitan Home, Metropolis, Nashville Magazine, and Glass Canada.
A graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology, Darryl has taught 3D Design at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and managed workshops in Woodworking at The Appalachian Center for Craft, Tenn. Tech University. Darryl lives and works in Brooklyn, where he keeps a studio at Brooklyn Art Space in Gowanus, and in Hillsdale, New York.
Trumpet Blue Teal
Pigmented urethane, rice paper, translucent adhesive binding, and silver dust on cotton paper stock
38" x 50"