Daniel Rumbolt is an artist and arts administrator living in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. He received his BFA from Memorial University of Newfoundland, is the Assistant Director of Eastern Edge Gallery, and is on the National Board of Directors for Canadian Artists' Representation/Le Front des artistes canadiens (CARFAC). His multidiciplinary art practice is informed by his experiences as a queer artist raised in rural communities throughout the Great Northern Peninsula of the island, and through earnest contemplation of memory and mourning. Through his advocacy work, he aims to discover and establish tangible connections between rural and urban creators, fostering interconnectivity on a provincial, national, and international scale. 

 

Daniel has shown his work in several curated & juried exhibitions, and galleries such as the The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, Grenfell Campus Art Gallery in Corner Brook, Eastern Edge Gallery and the Peter Lewis Gallery in St. Johns, and Gatehouse Arts Gallery in Harlow, UK.

Thank-you to both ArtsNL and the City of St. John's for your

generous support of my art practice.