Josh Daily is a Portland, Oregon based metal and found material sculpture artist. He creates animals, human figures, and objects from recycled and repurposed materials in a contemporary folk style.

First Market of 2021!

It's my first market of the year! Come see some of my newest pieces and shop the Makers Market at Metalwood Salvage on Saturday, March 20th. I'm looking forward to seeing your masked, socially distanced faces there!

Love is in the air....! πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–

Grab a unique piece of art for your sweetie for Valentine's Day! Give them a piece of your heart, or roses that will never die! 
These sculptures can be purchased at Artistic Portland Gallery and Rose City Coffee.πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•


Commissioned art for the holiday season! πŸ‘¨‍🏭

I've already booked a couple commissioned custom pieces this month, so be sure to email me ASAP if you want art of your own in time for the holidays! joshdailyart@gmail.com

Featured artist for September! πŸ‘¨‍🏭

I am really excited and honored to be one of the featured artists for the month of September at Artistic Portland Gallery! Along with amazing photographer Erskine Wood, some of my wildlife art will be in the front window at the gallery, along with a selection of my other sculptures inside. You can stop by 4110 NE Fremont Street in Portland, or order on line at artisticportlandgallery.com

New artwork at Local Lounge!

I'm really pleased to be displaying some of my art for sale (through November) at Local Lounge at 3536 NE Martin Luther King Blvd in Portland. As a strong ally of the LGBTQIA+ community. I'm honored to have my art displayed starting this Pride Month. Stop by Local Lounge, grab a drink and hang out with some truly amazing people!

Mother's Day bouquets 🌷 🌼🌻🌸🌹

April showers bring May flowers! Just in time for Mother's Day, pick up a bouquet of flowers that require no maintenance and will never die! Suitable for indoor or outdoor placement, give the mom in your life a unique gift of recycled and repurposed local art! The first three bouquets are available at Rose City Coffee at 3370 SE Milwaukie in Portland. (The final two bouquets have already sold)