Daniel T. Lopez is a painter and muralist who takes a cosmic approach to public and community art projects. Daniel’s works, sometimes produced in collaboration with fellow artist Dano Lopez, are energetic, colorful celebrations of life and culture.
In our previous feature of Daniel’s works, we looked at the way the artist uses his practice to foster a sense of community and introspection. Daniel’s murals have been designed for colleges, community centers, and outdoor spaces – places where they can be seen and enjoyed by a wide demographic. The works often deal with Mexican and South American mythological or spiritual subject matter, as well as contemporary Latinx issues.
In smaller, more personal works, both Daniel and Dano showcase an eye for abstract compositions, and color. In these paintings, there’s a little more space to play with color and volume, and both artists run with the theme, exploring heavy, confident brush marks and innovative methods of applying pigment.