Daniel Robeski (1951-2002) was a lover of culture. He believed in the communicative power of art to transform our lives for the better. He practiced this belief as an artist, as a curator and as a collector. He believed in cultivating taste and worked hard to develop taste in himself and in others. This retrospective seeks to place his art within the context of his work as a curator and promoter of culture. A broad range of Daniel Robeski’s art is on view. He worked in several media. He painted, worked in collage, printmaking, and drawing. His work is restless in its pursuit of communicating that which mattered most to him.
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Robeski earned his BA from San Francisco State Univ. He Owned a gallery in San Francisco on Castro Street called School for Scandal. Among his many cultural activities he owned a gallery in San Francisco on Castro Street called The School For Scandal. He co-founded the Vallejo Artists Guild in 1988 and served on the Vallejo City Cultural Commission 1991-1993.