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Bio

Gabriel D’Elia, a self taught artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Born in Georgetown, D.C. with Argentine and Italian roots. The artwork is a mix of Pop, Abstract, and Graffiti with his own creation of cartoon like figures that resemble the 60’s and 70’s. The creative process is all intuitive with no preliminary plan or penciling. The artwork consists of different mediums and done on various objects other than canvas. The artwork is created with oil pastel, acrylic, graffiti markers, inks and sometimes a combination of all of them within the same art piece.

Done on canvas, murals, clothing, wall clocks and other functional objects. As well as being able to translate the artwork to digital form.

“I do my best in creating what can be considered universal art that everyone can be receptive to. That’s why I do a lot of wall clocks because time is a language we all speak. It’s something everyone in the world relates to no matter what gender, background, or race”. He refers to his creative process as subconscious or creating intuitively. “When I live paint people always ask me what happens if you make a mistake or if I’m worried about messing up? As an artist I’ve learned to let go of perfection and no longer view mistakes as failures but as learning experiences. Giving me the opportunity to change that awkward mark in to something unique that can please without interest. “After a few years working in restaurants and in the construction field, I realized I needed to pursue my passion as an artist. “I didn’t want to look back 10 years later and question what if I would’ve taken that risk on myself. So I quit my job in construction and became a part time dog walker to create more time in building my art career. It was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Brings me joy to be able to say I am a full time artist”.

2019 

  • Sandlot South West (DC United Stadium)

  • Van Der Plas Gallery Group show

  • Cookies For Kids Art Auction

  • SPIN NYC 10th anniversary mural

  • SPIN NYC 23rd st. Mural

  • Spleef Group Show Manhattan

  • Flex Management (New York Broadway office murals)

  • Sticky’s Headquarters Mural, Manhattan,NY (30ft.x10ft.)

  • Art Auction for non-profit Cookies for Kids

  • Boundaries group show Brooklyn, NY

  • New Jersey Mural (Bergen town center) Park Ave, NYC Sticky’s Mural

  • Mural for The Cookie Connect (New Jersey)

    2018

  • Washington convention center annual auto show (live painting on car) Representing Blindwhino gallery

  • Hand painted Louis Vuitton bag for Jermaine Dupree. Commissioned by So So Def and Dutch Masters for 25th anniversary of So So Def

  • Hand painted whiskey barrel for whiskey label Uncle Nearest

  • Book Cover for published italian author Jacopo Stante “Verso la scelta di amore”

  • Show case Studio 301 NYC Gallery

  • Foot Locker “Before and After the Bite” Contest Winner

  • Soho Gallery Foot Locker “Before and After the Bite” group show

  • Bishop Gallery live painting

  • Hand painted wine barrel for City Winery

  • Bash (Arlington, VA) Mural

  • Spin (group show) Manhattan location

  • Hand painted design for Celine, Bella bag, and

2017

  • Gaudi Gallery Barcelona, Spain Gallery

  • Future of Sports, Made In The District (4 punching bags art installation) Washington D.C. Flash ( 2 solo show case) Washington DC

  • Velvet lounge (group show case) Washington DC

  • Book cover for published italian author Jacopo Stante

  • Album cover for music producer/songwriter Blvck Rose

  • Courthouse ( 5 group shows ) Arlington, VA

Art Features

SPIN NYC

A Hundred Eleven NYC magazine 

Creative Magazine

Washingtonian mag

NBC

WTOP

 Fox

 MITD (article)

 Foot Locker

Hype-beast, Hype-beast art

 Good Hope Film and Video Production (interview) 

Marvy Uchida

Craft Syndicate

Clarin (Argentine newspaper)