Danielle Mastrion

Danielle Mastrion (born 1982) is a New York City-based mural artist. She is in addition to a painter and aerosol artist. She was raised in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, and studied fine arts at the Parsons School of Design, where she customary her BFA in illustration. Among her street murals are “The Notorious B.I.G.” in Bushwick, Brooklyn; DJ Kool Herk; Beastie Boys singer MCA; “Little Girls” in Flatbush, Brooklyn; and a portrait of New York Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm for the 2019 establishment of the Shirley Chisholm State Park.

Her first solo art exhibition was held in March 2013 at MY NY in Brooklyn. In 2012 she was Art Battles’ NYC Champion. She is a teaching player with Creative Art Works in New York City, and is trained in oil painting and has a background in stimulate painting. Her operate appeared in the A&E channel's “In Focus” series; “Made Mondays” for New Balance; Budweiser's ad campaign “Respect the Hustle;” and Spike Lee’s Netflix series “She's Gotta Have It.” Her art was furthermore featured in the documentaries “No Free Walls,” and “Street Heroines."

Her art has been exported to cities external of New York as well, including Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, Washington DC, and Arecibo, Puerto Rico. In addition she has competed art projects outdoor the United States, including in Cuba, Mexico, Belize, Berlin, Israel, England and Paris, France.

At the subside of 2018 Mastrion participated in a dual art exhibit in the publicize of fellow street performer and muralist Lexi Bella, at the 3rd ETHOS Gallery in Brooklyn, called The Grit & The Glam. She has after that painted subjects representing world happenings and cultural icons, such as a mural dedicated to and in solidarity subsequently the kidnapping of 270 Nigerian scholastic girls kidnapped by Boko Haram; political leaders such as Nelson Mandela, and for French painter and sculptor Marcel Duchamp. She has with painted human rights activists, including Malala Yousafzai.

Go up

We use cookies More info