Daniela Schweitzer is an artist currently residing in Santa Monica. She was born and raised in Argentina. Schweitzer, who has been classically trained since a young age, primarily paints figurative abstractions and non-representational abstracts. She is inspired to paint by people, human gestures, and the simple beauty of everyday events. Her art was influenced by many contemporary national and international artistic movements, as well as the energy, vibrancy, and colors of South America.
Schweitzer has recently exhibited in Laguna Art Museum (2019, 2020, 2021), Triton Museum of Art (2018–2019), Crocker Art Museum (2017, 2021), and Hunter Museum of American Art (2019). She was awarded at Picturing Power (City of Los Angeles Commission on the Status of Women and the Department of Cultural Affairs) in a juried art exhibition celebrating the strength and diversity of Los Angeles women (2014); First Prize of the Show at the 30th Annual Made in California Juried Exhibition (2015); Third Prize at ARTFEST (2015); Third Prize at Art Forward International Juried Competition (2016); and visual artist winner at the 2017 South Bay Contemporary FRESH Juried Exhibition. Schweitzer’s art is part of numerous national and international collections.