British artist Dan Baldwin has been creating mixed media art works for 20 years. Within his works, Baldwin creates a dream-like landscape that simultaneously reflects reality, the power of the imagination and the private, inner workings of his own mind. The content of Baldwin's work changes dramatically depending on the subject matter he is exploring and the emotions he is channelling as he creates each piece.

Following on from the success of his 2014 New York solo show, The End Of Innocence, in October London’s Lawrence Alkin Gallery launches Dan’s new collection ‘The Fear of Letting Go’, Baldwin’s most personal and autobiographical work to date.

Baldwin has exhibited his paintings, prints and ceramics around the world, enjoying a stream of sell-out solo shows and has had work included in art fairs in Basel, Miami, L.A, Tokyo, San Francisco, London and New York. His work can be found within the collections of Jake Chapman, Liam Howlett, Jo Whiley, Petra Ecclestone, Holly Willoughby, Sir Ronald Cohen, Shepard Fairey and Alison Mosshart.