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Sandra Daniel is a British painter and printmaker. Daniel lives and works in London.

She graduated from Chelsea School of Art with a distinction in printed textiles. She is a member of the Printmakers Council and her work is in the Prints & Drawings collections at the V&A Museum and the Scarborough Museum Archive.


Colour, shape and line are strong elements in her work with an emphasis on balance and harmony. 

The titles of her work are signposts for her concerns about social injustices. The curtain is a symbol that symbolises excessive wealth and this wealth commands respect whilst exerting unimaginable pain and grief.  

'The greater the wealth the greater the crime' currently fits well with her paintings and prints  'Comfortable Existence' series.