Daniel’s work has been in over 60 exhibitions in places such as New York, Chicago, Miami, and Philadelphia. His work has been published in various journals and magazines, and has received many awards throughout the country.
He continues to celebrate his love of painting in the series “Linear Tactility.” The paintings all share a consistent linearly divided composition with investigations into the visual and psychological resonance of color relationships and texture. A brushless paint application dominates the painting’s surface. The painting’s unique, sculpturally-textured paint feels as if it is reaching off the canvas towards the viewer. Tension between surface and depth, light and material, and color and texture draw you into the painting’s surface, while the sharp cactus-like texture pushes back.