Steven DaLuz is known for figurative works and imagined landscapes, largely using a process he devised with metal leaf, oil, and mixed mediums, as well as encaustic. Born in Hanford, California, Steve retired from the Air Force after living 13 years abroad. He completed a BA degree in Social Psychology, and an MA in Management, before earning a BFA in 2003. His drawings and paintings are represented in private and corporate collections in 34 states and overseas. He was a featured speaker at The Representational Art Conference, 2014, and his work was in the International Masters of Fine Art exhibition that same year. He has exhibited internationally, and his work has been published in art books, and magazines, such as Art in America, American Art Collector, Fine Art Connoisseur, The Huffington Post, Encaustic Art, Professional Artist, the International Drawing Annual, and The Artists. He has curated entire issues for Poets & Artists magazine, featuring outstanding works from across the globe. DaLuz was a finalist for the prestigious 2015 Hunting Art Prize, and Best of Show winner in the Sept, 2018 Bold Brush painting competition.

Galleries representing Steve’s work: AnArte Gallery, San Antonio, Texas.