Darryl Loyer

about the artist




Darryl was born and raised in the small, picturesque town of
St. Clairsville, Ohio where his interest in art began. At an early age,
he became involved with art education and received numerous awards.
Upon graduation, he was accepted into the prestigious Fine Arts
program at the University of Cincinnati, later changing his major to
Graphic Arts.

Today he and his wife live an hour north of Boston where he continues
his interest in drawing and painting. His work is primarily exhibited at the
Powers Gallery of Acton, MA and has had his work exhibited
at a number of other galleries in New England and Savannah, GA.

Darryl graduated from high school with an excellent
academic record in the arts.

He is a product of the University of Cincinnati where he
continued to excel artistically.

He has always been interested in continuing his education
and has attended classes at the following:

Massachusetts College of Art
New England School of Art and Design
New Horizons
DeCordova Museum
Whistler House Museum
Concord Art Association
Sharon Arts Center
Currier Museum of Art
Copley Society


Concord Art Association
Cambridge Art Association
Copley Society of Art

Darryl uses both a realistic and a impressionistic style of painting.
He uses bold short brush strokes plus detailed brush strokes together.
Exaggerated use of color and perspectives add to the drama of the paintings.

His main areas of interest:

Old transportation related items: old cars, trucks, trains, bicycles,
trolleys, etc. and presenting them in a new light.

Architectural subjects: historic buildings, homes, and similiar structures

Still Lifes: mostly assorted fruits and vegetables shown from dramatic
angles and lighting conditions

recent / upcoming events

Glynn Art, Savannah, GA
Accepted into national competition

Concord Art Assoc.
Accepted into Juried II competition

University of S.N.H.
Invited to be a part of gallery
advisory committee

Copley Society of Boston
Accepted into membership

Concord Art Assoc.
donated paintings for
‘Paint the Town’

Frances Roddy Competition

Copley Society
member show, fall/’07