Daniela Steiner is a Venezuelan artist (b. 1964) who started painting when she was very young. As a child, she spent time painting in the garden of her grandparents, where she live since she was one year old. Those moments, in the garden, were special for her as she felt safe and happy.
She graduated as an architect in1988, a field closely related to art, and continued her studies of abstract art. She pursued painting in unison with her interest in personal growth, psychology, and psychotherapy. In 1994, she became a professional artist and participated in many collective exhibitions in Venezuela's prestigious institutions, including the Lia Bermudez Museum in Maracaibo. In 2010, she moved with her husband and two sons to Aventura, Florida, where she continue paintings and studing abstract art. In 2019, she presented her work at the show in the Art Ovation Hotel in Sarasota, Florida with sixteen pieces. And two solo exhibitions with eight paintins at the Cleveland Clinic, in Coral Springs, Florida and the Aventura Hilton, Aventura, Florida. This recent exhibition has fourteen paintings, eight digital art in metallic paper, plexiglass and aluminum backing, and five sculptures.
Her primary purpose is to share the expressions of her inner being using color, lines, and composition. She uses an organic and lyrical abstraction that gives her a sense of nurturing and continuity, expressing the healing energies she wants to share in her artwork obtain by her continuos personal and spititual growth since 1992.