Daniel Cromer

The Art of Daniel Cromer

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Florida State University student David Cromer believes the best way to break down barriers between people is through a tradition as old as time: sharing meals together.

Early Life and Education

Cromer attended art schools in Nashville, Pittsburgh and New York before going on to travel extensively as a professional artist, painting and exhibiting worldwide. For years he resided in Europe – mostly London based.

Cromer participated in research at Florida State University that determined the best way to foster intergroup relations is through shared meals – this project was made possible thanks to funding provided by their Social Work Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Award.

Cromer leaves behind his mother Lynda Carter of Inman; sister Jennifer Cromer Elliott with her children Shayla Kassen and Mackenzie Collins; great niece Eliza Grae; his father Daniel H. Cromer; stepmother Julie Alfred Cromer; half-siblings David Cromer and Melissa Cromer as well as two half-brothers: David Cromer (deceased), Melissa Cromer. In lieu of sending flowers, donations may be made to Samaritan House in his memory.

Professional Career

Cromer traveled widely as a professional artist during his lifetime, painting and exhibiting internationally. He received several one-man shows, with his works currently represented in multiple private collections worldwide. Additionally, he served as both art teacher and lecturer.

He spent his leisure years at the beach scouring it for pieces of Indian pottery shards, bone tools, mini-balls and arrow points, which he would then exhibit and teach about later. When his time came back home he continued exhibiting and teaching at Spartanburg and Beaufort art museums.

Cromer collaborated with Ed Emory of Carolina Gallery and together they developed a new technique to make his artwork more affordable for the general public. Instead of painting an original work from scratch, Cromer now creates color bases on which he works – this allows him to still produce originals while taking much less time than previously required to complete each piece.

Achievement and Honors

He was an active member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Donations may be made to either Trinity UMC (626 Norwood Street in Spartanburg) or Spartanburg County Foundation (424 E Kennedy Street) to benefit arts programs in our community.

Cromer earned himself the Silver Star for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity during an action against an enemy armed force, and also received numerous honors including Drama Desk Awards, Obie Awards, Jeff Awards and Lucille Lortel Awards (held at NYU Skirball on May 7). View a complete list of recipients here.

Personal Life

Cromer spent much of his free time gardening. Having learned the skill from both his grandfather and mother, thirty years living in England helped him develop into an expert gardener.

Stephen was also an active churchgoer, attending Trinity United Methodist Church in Spartanburg where he served in their choir for many years as well as being an acclaimed vocalist.

He earned the Silver Star for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity during his service, was an avid reader, and loved traveling the globe.

Dan Cromer passed away peacefully at 75 on February 13, 2021 and will be remembered fondly by his wife Cheekia; sons Ronald and Ronnie Cromer; daughter Meg Cromer Perry; grandchildren; half-sisters and a niece. A memorial service will be held at Trinity United Methodist Church in Spartanburg.

Net Worth

He leaves behind one son and daughter-in-law, one sister, three grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren as well as many friends he was a part of the John Nicholson Sunday School class at Trinity United Methodist Church of Thomasville.

Since 1988, Mr. Davis has played an invaluable role in shaping America’s federal grant development programs and transportation infrastructure projects – not to mention historical preservation efforts – through his work for Congressman Clyburn’s Legislative Directorship and by helping secure hundreds of Millions in state funding for his constituents he represented.

Cromer has also worked on state issues including whistleblower protection and the relocation of a nuclear laundry facility from downtown Columbia to a safer remote rural site, so his expertise in these areas will prove invaluable to MGA clients.

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