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Schweitzer to showcase artwork at Tara

Pictured is Daniela Schweitzer’s painting, “Fast Milonga in the Street.” Photos submitted
Daniela Schweitzer stands beside one of her artworks.
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3:01 pm PDT June 30, 2014

Malibu resident of 17 years Daniela Schweitzer will celebrated a reception for her 10 pieces of artwork at the Tara Gallery in Santa Monica on Saturday, June 28.

The exhibition will continue for one month, until July 28.

A practicing physician and artist, Schweitzer has always supported the arts in Malibu.

She is currently a member Malibu High School’s Art Angels as well as a member and featured artist of Malibu Artists Unite.

“As an artist born in Argentina, a Malibu resident, and an avid traveler, I am drawn to diverse scenes and people of many different cultures—this inspires me to paint,” said Schweitzer. “As a classically trained artist, whose current work involves mostly figurative abstract pieces, I am inspired by people, human gestures and the simple beauty of everyday events. My classical art foundation in combination with my medical studies made it possible for me to evolve as an artist with the human figure playing a prominent role in my paintings.”

“People, human gestures, and the simple beauty of everyday events inspire me to paint. Slight movements of an otherwise ordinary person or people’s daily interactions and experiences that may go unnoticed to others, catch my eye,” she said.

Tara Gallery is located at 1202 Montana Ave. in Santa Monica.

For more information, call (310) 451-2417.