Daniel Mirante is a painter, explorer and teacher with an interest in symbolism, archetypal psychology. sacred and esoteric art tradition and new forms of art education. Representation His work appears in several international collections and is represented by MOVA Gallery (International), Phaneros Gallery (U.S.A), Galerie10 (Austria), and NAIA Museum (France). His work hangs in churches and temples in the UK and South America. He embraces new venues of creative expression including Miami Block-Chain Center (U.S.A) and leading global culture festivals Burning Man (U.S.A), Rainbow Serpent (Australia) and Boom (Europe). Education Daniel Mirante has a Ba(hons) of 1st degree in Fine Art. In terms of the craft of painting, he was mainly self-taught, though gained valuable guidance from Brigid Marlin in 2008. In October 2012, he assisted Ernst Fuchs, the founder of Fantastic Realism and teacher of Mati Klarwein and Robert Venosa. He trained in piamburo with Maura Holden and sfumato-abrazione with Andrew Gonzelez in Italy. He also learned much from his friendship with Timea Tallian, a painting restorer and conservator at the Victoria and Albert Museum. This gave him footing in traditional old masters techniques, whilst embracing new technologies as tools of expressing creativity. To suppliment his understanding of classical methods, he studied sight-size method at the London Atelier of Representational Art.