After exploring different styles, techniques and figurative subjects, Daniel Marin has chosen to express his ideas and
emotions through abstract paintings. They allow him to freely communicate his personal, often complex inner world.
Daniel’s conceptual interpretations are somewhat comparable to some of the most relevant painters in the history of
art including Pollock, Twombly, De Kooning, Gorki and Rothko. Daniel Marin has also developed a very personal
style combining oil, acrylic, enamels, spray and even some collage techniques that parallel the work of Robert
Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns.
Daniel Marin’s intimate contact with various cultures from around the world and his previous background in the arts,
as well as his constant desire to accept diverse ways of thinking make his artwork excitingly energetic and creatively
distinctive. The diverse array of interests, experiences and knowledge brings out the uniquely rich perspectives
exhibited in his works. His ultimate goal is to create synergistic visuals that will inspire a positive response within the
viewer that can be shared throughout our contemporary world.