Dan Mieduch
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Kiowa Curiosity

oil on board
9h x 12w in
22.86h x 30.48w cm
MieD024
$3,600

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Custers Crow Scouts

oil on canvas
18h x 24w in
45.72h x 60.96w cm
$9,000

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Gifts Of The River

oil on canvas
16h x 20w in
40.64h x 50.80w cm
$7,000

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The Old Man In The Mountains

oil on board
9h x 12w in
22.86h x 30.48w cm
SOLD

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Only Apache Can Catch an Apache
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Tactical Advice
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Winter's Crystal Breath-SOLD

oil on canvas
16 x 20 in
(40.64h x 50.8w cm)
SOLD
 

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His Master's Voice-SOLD

oil on board
24 x 36 in
(60.96h x 91.44w cm)
SOLD

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The Joy of Youth-SOLD

oil on board
24 x 36 in
(60.96h x 91.44w cm)
SOLD

Biography

Dan Mieduch, b. 1947, Detroit, Michigan, (United States)


Dan Mieduch was drawing by the age of seven. During high school, he took evening art classes and began working in both oils and watercolors. Dan’s family owned a tavern and motel in Clinton, Michigan. His Father’s bar was Dan’s first “gallery” where he presented and sold his wildlife paintings to patrons for forty dollars apiece. This farming community gave Dan a deep appreciation of the beauty of the land, the light of early mornings and the deep hues of summer sunsets.


Dan Mieduch earned a B.S. Degree in Industrial Design from the University of Michigan in 1969 and then served in the U.S. Army Medical Corps for eighteen months as a command artist for the Southern Command in the Panama Canal Zone. Dan completed several historical paintings for area museums while in Panama. Following his military career, Dan worked for several commercial art studios in Detroit where he met his wife, Rhonda. It was during this time that Dan learned the disciple needed to succeed in the art business.


In 1975 Dan decided to turn his attention to becoming a western fine art artist.  He focused on what he perceived as a simpler time - the early 20th century American frontier. Dan and Rhonda felt that a move to Phoenix would better serve his artistic interests and the relocation to Arizona proved to be the start of a very successful career.

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