"I create oil paintings inspired by the moments we often overlook in the rush of daily life. Working with carefully considered compositions and utilizing my traditional training, I make colorful work that captures the sense of playfulness we tend to outgrow. My paintings are an indulgence and a glimpse into a world where we are given permission to savor each perfect moment."
Daryl Zang is a contemporary realist artist born in 1971 in New York City and now living and working in Connecticut. She earned a BFA from Syracuse University in 1993.
Zang’s figurative paintings have been exhibited across the United States. Her work is available primarily through Cavalier Galleries in Greenwich CT, New York NY and Nantucket MA. She has been included in group exhibitions at the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art (Wausau, WI), the Helen Day Art Center (Stowe, VT), Principle Gallery (Charleston, SC), RJD Gallery (Sag Harbor, NY) and the Salamagundi Club (New York, NY).
She is included in the Bennett Collection of Women Artists, San Antonio, TX. Daryl Zang’s work has also been exhibited in solo exhibitions at The Bing Art Center, Springfield MA, The Michele and Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Art, MA, and at St. Peter’s Church, New York, NY.