Born in Cali, Colombia, Daniela Gomez Paz immigrated to Queens, New York. Her pursued path in the arts and background in pedagogy led her to facilitate a wide range of programs with children, youth, elders and families in schools, museums, and community centers. She acquired a Double Degree: BFA & BA from SUNY Purchase, a MAT from Queens College and an MFA from the Yale School of Art. She has been awarded the Yale’s School of Art Elizabeth Canfield Hicks Award in drawing/painting from nature, the Alice Kimball Traveling Fellowship, and the Fountainhead Residency Fellowship. Gomez Paz’s recent exhibitions include her first two solo shows, Tesando Agujeros at Mindy Solomon Gallery in Miami (2023) and Corrientes Enmarañadas/ Streams of Entanglements at NOON Projects in Los Angeles (2024). She has participated in numerous group exhibitions across NYC, Beijing, Milan, and CDMX. Daniela is currently a lecturer at SUNY Purchase.