Art from a Distance: Darius Steward

Darius Steward, watercolor. Image courtesy of


In this installment of CAN Blog’s Art from a Distance series, painter Darius Steward talks about being at home with his family during the COVID crisis, and developing new ways to reach out to potential customers at a time when gallery exhibits are not an option. Steward’s work was featured both in FRONT International Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art and CAN Triennial, and has exhibited widely, including at Bonfoey, Tregoning & Company, and William Busta Gallery. He is represented by Thomas French Fine Art. 


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