Daniel Stuelpnagel has participated in more than 100 exhibitions coast to coast, and has created more than 600 original paintings since 1998.
His creative career pursuits have taken him from Washington, DC to San Francisco, from Burning Man to the Galápagos Islands of Ecuador, and eight-week visits to Bologna, Barcelona and Maui.
The artist has donated paintings in fund-raising for children’s arts education and literacy, housing for the disabled, public television, cancer treatment research and hospice care for terminal AIDS patients, among other worthwhile causes.
These dynamic and colorful art works occupy a prominent place in hundreds of collections around the world, valued for their dramatic exploration of surrealistic landscapes and seascapes, along with visual themes related to architecture, science and technology.
Stuelpnagel’s art works combine the compelling and evocative patterns of the built environment with the raw power and wabi-sabi nuances of street art.