Michael Daly Watercolors

An Exhibit of Framed Prints from this Site is Now on Display at Thai Garden!

Michael Daly

If you like Thai food, please go for lunch or dinner and enjoy the "Best Thai" in the Twin Cities! You will be surrounded by eleven stunning pieces that were carefully selected to showcase Michael's works from this site and complement the space.  

We did this for you!  To make it real!  To bring it home!  This exhibit gives you an opportunity to see what you will get from us.  We do not cut corners!  The paper and mats are 100% rag and the frames are real wood!  It took Michael and his team nearly two years to conceive, develop, implement and test this new business of offering a variety of images, in multiple sizes, and developing a seamless system for printing, framing, packing and shipping them to your door!  

We did this for YOU!

Order a beautiful print today--for yourself, or as a gift for someone special.

St Paul Spring Art Crawl, Friday April 28th - Sunday April 30th, 2017

David Honeybone

Michael is opening his studio again for the Spring Art Crawl.  Visit him at Studio 519, Northern Warehouse, 308 Prince Street, St. Paul.

Friday 28th April: 6pm - 10pm

Saturday 29th April: 12noon - 8pm

Sunday 30th April: 12noon - 5pm.

He will be featuring prints from his new website as well as showing new original watercolors, including work from his first visit of 2017 to his northern Wisconsin lake cabin.

Tulip's for Caroline - this is the sister piece for Irises for Dorothy - both available as prints - they make a perfect pair!

Tulip's for Caroline - this is the sister piece for Irises for Dorothy - both available as prints - they make a perfect pair!

Next developments

David Honeybone

We have been delighted with the first reactions to Michael's new website - "wow" and "gorgeous" being just two of the descriptions when people saw the images.

Work, however, continues.  Soon you will see larger prints added to the range - up to 26" x41" so all of the work will be available up to full size. And some of the Michael's 2016 Hawaii collection will soon be there too - luxuriant florals, dramatic seascapes. 

Michael's new website goes live!

David Honeybone

As I write this, we are minutes away from Michael switching on his new website, the culmination of months of work.  The inaugural collection includes a cross section of his work - florals, landscapes and abstracts, in watercolor, fabric paint, charcoal, and ink on silk,  Italian paper, Japanese paper and Chinese paper.  The prints are all on beautiful high quality paper - the results are stunning. Frames and matts have been carefully chosen to complement the images.  You will now be able to own one of these life enhancing pieces at remarkably affordable prices.

Next thing to watch out for- we shall soon be adding more originals and prints from Michael's Hawaii collection, painted on the magical island of Kauai in February this year,

Michael's new Hawaii collection February 2016

David Honeybone

Michael spent the month of February on the magical island of Kauai.  He has created a series of dramatic seascapes inspired by the intensity of the colors and the  power of the ocean, working at many of the glorious beaches .  He stayed  near Kapaa in the lush green valley of the Kealia River and painted everyday surrounded by its glorious flowers and trees. The results are vibrant, exotic and capture the spirit of the place.

The pieces are on their way to the framers ready to be exhibited at his Spring Show on 17 April 2016 at his studio at 308 Prince Street #519 , St Paul, MN55101.

Welcome to Michael's New Site

Luke Finsaas

We've been hard at work putting together a new site for Michael Daly Watercolors. Now you can order your favorite watercolor of Michael's online—or get a print of one that was purchased before you were able to get it!  

Explore the site and let us know what you think.  Soon there will be a link to Facebook and Twitter. If you find an error, please contact us vis the contact page and we'll get it fixed asap. 

Thank you for your support!