Daniel Zlota:

Daniel Zlota: painter, architect, entrepreneur, traveler, dreamer.

With a successful career in architecture and interior design, the artist is now entirely devoted to his first passion, painting.

Daniel Zlota excellently combines mixed techniques such as acrylic paint, watercolor, pencil, charcoal, pastel and collage. His works are impressive through the way he uses colors, expressing optimism, authenticity and desire to enjoy life.

He finds inspiration in his travels, family life and music. He likes to experiment and innovate with original projects such as Bio Art, Emotion Touch and Art Collage.

His works are in personal collections all around the world: US, Mexico, England, Italy, Spain, France, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and Romania. His desire is to exhibit in as many places around the world as possible so that his art can be seen, heard and lived.


Daniel Zlota


  • Born 1985, Focsani, Romania
  • Lives and works in Barcelona, Spain


2004       “GH. Tattarescu” Arts High School, Focsani, Romania

2009        “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Interior Design , Bucharest, Romania

2011         “Ion Mincu” University of Design “Ion Mincu”, Bucharest, Romania


Solo Exhibitions


  • “Camino de la Vida” – Can Felipa GRASP Barcelona, Spain
  • “Via Italia” –  Civic Library Maniago, Italy
  • “Introspective” –  Matrioska Bucharest, Romania


  • “Voyages” – Mairie de Névez, France
  • “Colores de Mexico” – French Institute Bucharest, Romania
  • “Conversion” – National Theatre Bucharest, Romania
  • “Llocs / Places “- Departure Coffee Co Gallery Barcelona, Spain
  • “Fusion” – Romanian Peasant Museum Bucharest, Romania
  • “Colores” – TRS Playa del Carmen, Mexico
  • “Conversion II” –  Qreator by IQOS Gallery Bucharest, Romania
  • “Artistic Touch” – Romanian Cultural Institute Bucharest, Romania
  • “Fusion – Israel 70” – Israel Chamber of Commerce, Romania


  • “Comedians” – Stand Up Barber Shop by Micutzu Bucharest, Romania
  • “Conversion I” –  Qreator by IQOS Gallery Bucharest, Romania
  • “Tudor Communication” – Private Event Bucharest, Romania
  • “Around The World” – Milu Gallery Bucharest, Romania
  • “Romanian Treasures” – Milu Gallery Bucharest, Romania
  • “Como Collezione – Pop Art Cover Show” – Milu Gallery Bucharest, Ro


Group Exhibitions


  • “Romania in watercolor” – National Theatre Bucharest, Romania (Exhibition & Jury Member)
  • “Let’s make watercolor great again” – First International Watercolor Exhibition in Romania – Parliament Palace Bucharest (Exhibition & Jury Member)
  • “1st International Watercolor Festival” – Myanmar, Burma
  • “Libre Arte” – Sky Art Gallery Barcelona, Spain
  • “Acuarelistas Rumanos“ – Centro Cultural Los Castillos Madrid, Spain
  • “Urban Sketchers” – Sigma Gallery Bucharest, Romania


  • “Romania Turns 100” – CEC Palace Bucharest, Romania
  • “Theater under the Moon Festival” – Quantinc Bucharest, Romania
  • “Art Walk Street Festival” – Qreator by IQOS Bucharest, Romania
  • “Masquerade Style Art Exhibit”  – Continental Hotel Bucharest, Romania
  • Charity Event “From Heart for the Future “, – Marriott Hotel Bucharest, Romania


Selected public and private collections

  • National Patrimony of the Presidential Administration of Romania
  • Patrimony of Maniago, Italy
  • Patrimony of Nevez, France
  • Museum of the National Theater Bucharest, Romania
  • Private Collections from US, Mexico, England, Italy, Spain, France, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and Romania