Daniel Bremer grew up on the Prairies but soon fell in love with the mountains and the Kootenays. He spent two years in Nelson BC attending the Kootenay School of the Arts and earning a diploma in Jewellery and Small Object Design. Daniel now calls Rossland home where he has been busy making art and shredding the gnar in all seasons. His jewellery work is mostly created with copper, brass and silver and often involves the juxtaposition of metals, textures or concepts. Painting has also become a bigger part of his work, where he utilizes spray paint and stencils to create bold graphic images often on recycled or still functional snowboards. Daniel is an avid photographer as well and can usually be found climbing, biking or snowboarding with at least a few cameras in tow.
2007 Diploma in Jewellery and Small Object Design, Kootenay School of the Arts, Nelson BC
2007 Kootenay School of the Arts Grad Exhibition, Touchstones Nelson, Nelson BC
2013 Pantlers and Pelts, group exhibition, Rossland Art Gallery, Rossland BC
2014 A Furious Calm a Curious Form, group exhibition, Rossland Art Gallery, Rossland BC