Daniel Chapman is an artist from the North Shore of Boston, where he has lived the majority of his life. A graduate of the printmaking program at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, he works primarily in intaglio printmaking techniques, with a penchant for experimentation and mixing media. Upon receiving his Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2014, Daniel traveled to China briefly to study art and architecture before embarking on a journey to South America as the recipient of the Genevieve McMillan - Reba Stewart Traveling Fellowship. There, he was an artist-in-residence at Zona Imaginaria, a non-profit space outside of Buenos Aires, where he researched and gave workshops on solar printmaking.
Daniel brought this new experience and knowledge back home to the Boston area, lecturing at MassArt about his residency and leading printmaking classes for youth at RAW Art Works, a non-profit art therapy program that he also attended as a child. He has stayed connected to these two institutions - as a juror for the Printmaking All School Show at MassArt and as a Door to Door Artist at RAW, creating work for their annual fundraiser. Recently, he joined the Brickyard Collaborative, a maker-space in Lynn where different artistic disciplines create under one roof. There he leads printmaking workshops and continues to create.