Daniel Lopez moved to Spokane from Southern California. Originally a graffiti artist he now paints in
a more conventional art style, without relinquishing his spray can paint, he prefers the blurred line look in his art which he has referred to as, “perfectly incorrect”.
In just a few years living in Spokane, Daniel has already left a huge mark of talented artistry around town. His first large commission being the Boulevard Mercantile Building mural located at Northwest Blvd. & Monroe (north side of the building) and his most recent outdoor murals on the Antiquarian Building at Sprague and Division (both the west and east sides of the building). Daniel has painted interior murals for the youth center at his church, a mural on a commercial van for The Scone Ranger, and he assisted Todd Benson and Cain Benson to paint the 25th anniversary Waste-to-Energy Plant mural on the Maple street bridge, just to name a few projects you may have seen.
Daniel’s talent also shines in his sketch art, he is a master of portraying the human figure. Daniel is one of six artists whose work is part of an exhibition coordinated by Spokane Arts and held at the Chase Gallery in the City Hall Building during February and March of 2017, Exhibition: DRAWN AWAY
Daniel looks forward to one day traveling overseas, possibly on a faith crusade, where he can help others in need through his artwork.
Be sure to take a look at more of Daniel's artwork on his Facebook, there are some amazing sketches.
Other samples of artwork by Daniel Lopez
Boulevard Mercantile Mural
CHASE GALLERY Exhibition: Drawn Away
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