Daniel Maltzman is an American artist known for his Pop-Surrealist paintings. His work is contemporary and inspired by great artists in history including Richter and Warhol. Maltzman focuses on drippy, layered abstracts, strong female forms, and a series of shadow figures. He lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.
About Daniel Maltzman
Known for his contemporary, pop-surrealist-style artwork, this California-based painter produced a popular visual art series titled Women. Between 2006 and 2012, he exhibited his work at a number of prominent California museums, as well as at galleries in New Mexico, Alabama, Connecticut, Colorado, and Georgia.
Early in his career, he created Father and Daughter, a series of shadow figure works.
His artwork appeared on such popular television shows as Paris Hilton's New BFF, Dog Whisperer, and Nip/Tuck.
A Los Angeles-based artist, he opened an eponymous art gallery in Beverly Hills in 2012.
He created a series of paintings featuring the image of Marilyn Monroe.