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Born and raised in Berlin, Germany, and currently living near Los Angeles, CA, Daggi is an award winning painter specializing in contemporary realism and portraiture. She has reached the level of Eminent Pastelist of the International Association of Pastel Societies and Master Pastelist of the Pastel Society of America as well as Signature Status in several other arts organizations..
Her work has been shown at the National Arts Club and the Salmagundi Club in NYC, the Butler Institute of American Art, OH, and is in several permanent corporate collections. She has won numerous awards in national and international exhibitions and her work has been published in several magazines and books, including American Art Collector, Southwest Art, Professional Artist Magazine, International Artist Magazine, The Pastel Journal, Poets and Artists Magazine and Pratique Des Arts in France.

 

Internationally she has been selected to show her work at Atelier D’Artista, an International Art Symposium in Tuscany, Italy, the Pastel International Exhibition by Art du Pastel en France in Giverny, France, a year long traveling exhibition starting at the Ming Gallery in Suzhou, China, the Italian Pastel Society Pastellisti Italiani's first International Pastel Exhibition in Tivoli, Italy and several group shows in Germany.

Besides creating work for exhibitions and teaching workshops in her Camarillo studio, Daggi is available for portrait commissions and has a long list of clients throughout the U.S. and Europe.

Daggi is now spending more time each year in her hometown of Berlin where she is offering her own workshops as well as organizing workshops for visiting international artists. She´d love to hear which artist you would love to have come to Germany!

"I am thrilled to host a workshop by internationally award winning artist Tony Allain, who is travelling from his home in the UK to offer a workshop for the first time in Germany 2/28/2020 - 3/1/2020! Tony is a very generous and fun teacher who [...]"

Find more info at:

www.daggistudio.com