Daniela Guerreiro is a Portuguese artist, (b. 1992, Faro) who lives in Lisbon, where she finds most of her inspiration. She studied Visual Arts at Faculdade do Algarve from 2013 to 2014, and then painting from 2014 to 2016, at Belas Artes in Lisbon.
Daniela is a figurative painter whose main intention is to convey her “naked and raw” view of reality and the world. Painting allows her to capture individual and collective experiences in a more explicit concept, in which she tackles taboo themes such as social exclusion, shame, depression, insecurity or violence. While oil paintings individualize society, Daniela's murals approach a broader and collective environment. Through the use of unconventional models, she conveys a hidden and raw beauty, working with color and the interaction between light and darkness.