Daniel Camargo hails from the Southern tail of Brazil, of an extensive family of many artists. Since early age, Daniel has been profoundly involved with the art world. “..it was the only thing that would make a hyperactive young boy stop for hours, was his drawings and sculptures.” - says his Mom. And this still holds true for today.
His inspiration comes from nature, and its endless possibilities of forms, shapes, and colors. With the abundance of Life we have in this Planet, and around the Cosmos, mutation and adaptation seems to be a rule of which we all share as live beings. There’s a common sense of brotherhood and familiarity that overtakes fear over a new and exotic life form, from different Planets, dimensions. Quite truly. The multiple Uni-Verse, the nonexistence of time. A force that unravels itself into both ends: the Light, and the Shadow.
“Daniel’s abstract paintings and sculptural pieces depict organic shapes and figures in unique ways, enticing viewers to add their own emotions and interpretations." - Sandi Cottrell, director of Mission Federal ArtWalk.
With several shows in the U.S. and Brazil, Camargo lives in California with his wife, kids, and dog, among art, waves, music, and architecture.