Daniel Villa is a Mexican-born American artist living in Stockton, California. He is a self-taught oil painter, woodcut and linoleum printmaker working from his home studio.
Since 2019, Daniel has been a member of Art Expressions of San Joaquin, an artist cooperative committed to charitable endeavors, community education and promotion of the arts. He is also a contributing member of The Unknowns 209 Art Collective which focuses on providing underrepresented and underground artists a platform for their work. Daniel has taught community-based workshops in collaboration with the City of Stockton Arts Commission — focusing on providing free art instruction.
In 2020, he began studying Classical Drawing and Painting at the Sadie Valeri Atelier of San Francisco, California. He intends to incorporate the craftsmanship of classical drawing into his painting and printmaking.
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