Daniel Sheridan, born in 1990, has lived in Tennessee most of his life. He has always been a creative person that enjoys different forms of art. Sheridan's interest in welded art began while he was in high school. The first few pieces of art were made while he and his father were teaching themselves how to weld. Now, in working for a metal fabrication company, he has gained a sufficient amount of knowledge and skill regarding the craft.
Most of Sheridan's art begins in the scrap yard. It takes only one interesting piece of metal to inspire him. As he finds additional pieces of metal to use, you can see a sculpture being formed. He really enjoys making whimsical figures from rusted industrial metal. For him, this craft is relaxing, which allows him an opportunity to forget about the rest of the world.
Sheridan's work has been exhibited at the Toyzini Gallery in Lyles and at the Martin Methodist College in Pulaski. In addition, he has been included in many regional artists' circles.