Justice McDaniel

Justice McDaniel (b. 1989, Justice Eats Trees) is a Boston-based artist, musician, designer, and excitable puppy of a person. He works in mixed media, incorporating elements of primitivism, surrealism, cartoon, and expressionism into paintings, drawings, 3D-printed works, proto-sculptures, and other cobbled together nonsense he insists upon making. In less than 33 human years, he has created well over 500 songs both in his family band Zanois and as a solo musical artist, many of which were part of his daily song project Groove of the Day. He now spends a lot of time painting and taking photos that look like fever dreams in the woods. Justice loves cats, manages a coworking space, has several science degrees, and once drank a gallon of Tampico in a day.

Justice’s work was featured in ‘Glad You Asked,’ on view March 11-26, 2023.

“This piece- made using only markers- is for those frustrated with the mundanity of screaming, swirling voids opening in their chill places.”

Justice McDaniel

See Saw Art is a 120 square foot exhibition space located within Mosaic Art Collective at 66 Hanover Street, Suite 201, in Manchester, New Hampshire.

Owned and operated by Rochester Museum of Fine Arts co-founder, Amy Regan, See Saw Art features invitational and open call exhibitions on a monthly basis.

View open hours or book a viewing. Have a question? Email amy@seesaw.gallery and ask!

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