SOLE: Daniel Rona
With his start as a graffiti artist, Daniel Rona’s works tell stories about concepts of love, hate, life and death with a focus on growth. The composition of symbols that beganwith the rapid expression of graffiti now live in pieces that reflect both personal and universal truths about the human experience.
Q&A with the artist:
Tell me about how you got your start as an artist.
Good people. My dad comes from Hungary and has been passionate about drawing and art starting with his grandfather. My father passed on his love of drawing to me at a young age by sitting and drawing anything from cars to army scenes and soldiers. He was the first to show me that rare, free-flowing creative ability to draw anything.