About My Art

Every one of my works is the result of hours of care and attention to detail, each one produced with my unique personal touch. As well as generating my own original artwork, I also specialise in pen and ink drawings of homes and other buildings - nothing is more meaningful than the place where you live and where memories are made.

Now you can be the proud owner of a hand-drawn picture of your home (or shop, restaurant, cafe, community centre, place of worship etc), or to give as a thoughtful gift for a relative or friend to be appreciated for years to come. Each piece of art is a one-off and all are signed by me - the mark of Art by Daniel.

About Me

Born and educated in Southport, popular North West artist Daniel Adler is a graduate of Southport College of Art.

He has never been afraid to broadcast his consuming passion for art. On the autistic spectrum, Daniel is proof that no disability can stop a person from doing amazing things and succeeding at the highest levels. The level of concentration required for painting detail is immense. "I believe it to be a gift that has enabled me to develop and focus my art in my own personal and unique style," said Daniel. Keen to raise awareness and dispel misconceptions, Daniel has delivered talks on the subject, including to schoolchildren. In 2015, Daniel became the resident artist at the award-winning Art With a Heart in Altrincham. He has participated in a number of art projects and his commissions include painting the South Manchester old and new synagogues to commemorate the 150th anniversary of its Jewish community and that is now on public display.

In 2023, Daniel's art caught the eye of celebrity Uri Geller, who's museum in Israel includes art works by Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol and an easel used and signed by Pablo Picasso. After seeing a series of Daniel's intricate geometric work which Geller likened to the lithographs of Dutch graphic artist Escher, the renowned psychic and spoon bender asked Daniel to create one for his gallery. When Geller told him he was planning to hang his work next to Picasso's easel, Daniel was "blown away". "This is major recognition which has boosted my self-esteem no end," Daniel said. For his part, Geller told the BBC he hoped the recognition could lead to an international career for Daniel, describing the work he commissioned as "standout".

If you zoom into it, it's like you're entering infinity.