In his works he tries to express art as a permanent search for the essence of the human condition, his experiences and the exploration of beauty. Born in San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina, in 1977, he began to approach art at an early age in the workshops of the master José Peloc and the sculptor Carlos Esquivel, and subsequently participated in the workshops of the teachers Miguel Avataneo, Nicolás López, Ilya Ibryaev, Sergey Chubirko and studied at the Florence Academy of Classical Arts in Italy. He exhibited his works in Argentina, Paraguay, Italy, Costa Rica, Peru, India, developing a realistic pictorial style with a personal approach to the human figure and live landscape. He has collaborated with the international organization IWS (International Watercolor Society) which promotes the development of watercolor throughout the world through events and activities in various countries and has participated in Spanish cultural publications with works and illustrations. In his teaching activity he teaches courses and seminars on drawing and painting with models, as well as seminars on watercolor and drawing human figures, and he has done watercolor painting demonstrations at the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples, Italy. He currently lives and works in Cordoba, Argentina.



Daniel uses the Aquasoft 1412 series brush in natural white goat hair; the extreme softness of its fibers captures enormous amounts of water and color, making it a perfect tool for the wet-on-wet technique.