After years of experimentation during her transitions between abstract and figurative, the work of Daniella Queirolo now pursues their union. With spontaneous and loose brush strokes, her juxtaposing of planes, acrylics and oils, and styles, intertwine with the human form in motion, resulting in a symbiosis between abstract and figurative, energy and movement, and more intimately, strength and kindness, with each figure the embodiment of humanity and dignity.
Visually, the work of Daniella Queirolo portrays the beauty and resilience of the human spirit through expressions of self-reflection and individuality. Beyond what can be observed, her work is meant to serve a social purpose. Her paintings often depict strong, free, and empowered woman, fighting for their dreams with beauty and grace. She hopes to offer inspiration to the disadvantaged women in Latin American society; that it is themselves they see on the canvas.