Daniel Brickman’s artwork combines sculpture and painting with an emphasis on process and craftsmanship. He holds an MFA from the University of California, Davis and a BFA from Indiana University of PA. He currently has roots in the Bay Area and LA, California.

Daniel lived in Croatia between 2006-09, earning an Academic Council Commendation from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb and a U.S. Embassy Cultural Grant. His exhibitions from this period include the 28th Youth Salon, VN Gallery, Labin National Museum, and the Biennial of Contemporary Art in Lucca, Italy. 

After finishing grad school and moving to the Bay Area, Brickman was invited to create outdoor rope installations at Oakwilde Sculpture Ranch in 2015 and 2016. Other recent exhibition listings include Root Division (SF), Ramon’s Tailor (SF), Das Schaufenster (Seattle), Kondos Gallery (Sacramento), and Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory (Cleveland).