Daniella Queirolo was born in Lima-Peru. Since very early in life she showed an affinity for drawing and painting. At the age of twenty, she moved to the USA where she graduated from Art with Honors (Suma Cum Laude) at Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. She won First Prize for Photography and First prize for Portraiture. The following ten years, she moved and lived in Philadelphia, New York, Lisbon, and London. The experience of living in those cosmopolitan cities greatly influenced her style in painting which depicts her passion for all forms of art such as music, theatre, dance, and architecture.
Among her most recent achievements count her incorporation in the virtual gallery of the European Museum of Modern Art in Barcelona, after participating in the 2017 Figurative competition, being published in the 2018 “Guía Leonardo” of Spain and having her painting Freedom appear on the cover of the book “Síntesis de la Libertad”, by author Pablo Beytía, RIL Editors. She has participated extensively in collective exhibitions (London-Peru) and recently had her Solo Exhibition with Guzman y Lazo Gallery. Daniella exhibited at Red Dot Miami 2019 (Art Basel Week). Works sold-out.