Artist Sherree Valentine Daines was born in 1956 in Effingham, Surrey. She came from an artistic family; her father was a sculptor and stonemason. Following on from her early education, Valentine-Daines went on to study at the Epsom School of Art and design between 1976-1980. Shortly after graduating art school, she won a number of accolades including the Young Artist of the Year Award from the Royal Society. Thereafter, her career began to flourish, art lovers were captivated by her highly appealing impressionistic style paintings, enabling to capture figural compositions with subtle elegance. Commissions began to follow from celebrity collectors such as Lord Sabastian Coe, Michael Parkinson, along with sporting commissions from the England Rugby team and England Cricket team through to notably members of the Royal family.Read more
Valentine-Daines went on to have many successful exhibitions at the Tate Gallery, the Barbican, the Royal Society of British Artists, the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, the Laing Landscape Exhibition, the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours, the Royal Watercolour Society, the New English Art Club, the National Society of Painters, the United Society of Painters and the Pastel Society. Sherree Valentine-Daines is one of the most recognizable and highly collectible British artists today, her work is held in private collections and major institutes all over the world.