Dan Homeres deals in ink and watercolors, at times combining the two. Ink primarily is a result of a long working career as a novelist having published 4 works of fiction, a chapbook of poems/photographs all of which are available at Third Street Books. With art pieces, he stumbled upon a technique of adding Bombay Inks to Maimeri and Dr. Ph. Martin's Hydrus Watercolors allowing a unique density... of color on a number of painted surfaces. Friends would describe the bulk of his work as impressionism but those who know him best might candidly call him an 'opaque-ist.' He maintains a semi-retired status with the City of McMinnville as a volunteer and former Youth and Adult Sports Manager and Manager of Joe Dancer Park for the past 35 years. He welcomes most all discussions regarding the written word, the rewards of art pieces and his history as a public servant.
Pigalle In Montmartre, Paris '19
Fine Art by artist Dan Homeres - Description: The Place Pigalle is a public square located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, between the Boulevard de Clichy and the Boulevard de Rochechouart, near Sacré-Cour, at the foot of the Montmartre hill.
Q Brain Trust
Fine Art by artist Dan Homeres - Description: Q'Anon brain trust finds self-fulfilling prophesy in proclaiming "black holes" as the true deep state and immediately fold themselves into charcoal briquettes while social distancing at the annual conspiratorial BBQ.
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Fine Art by artist Dan Homeres - Description: The Ossuary of Saint-Maclou in Rouen has a unique courtyard surrounded by four wings of half-timbered and stone houses which was once a cemetery built for the Great Plague.
Fine Art by artist Dan Homeres - Description: One of Paris's oldest streets, the rue Montorgueil is in the Chatelet-Les Holles District and filled with well-known restaurants, cafes, bakeries, cheese, wine, and flower shops. At the south end of the street sits the famous Saint Eustache Church and Les Halles, the north end has the Grands Boulevards.