Danielle Mastrion is a Brooklyn-born painter and muralist. She earned a B.F.A from Parsons School of Design, and is a self-taught aerosol artist and educator. Danielle has been painting murals locally and internationally since 2012, and her work has taken her around the world. She chooses festivals that have a direct relationship to the local communities and that put local artists together with international ones. Danielle’s work focuses on social justice, specifically women’s rights and youth education. She works with many schools, shelters, youth-based mentoring organizations, conservation organizations, and several anti-gun violence organizations.


She is a Teaching Artist with Creative Art Works in NYC and a trained oil painter with a background in Live Painting. She has several ongoing residencies in NYC where she is an active participant in the local art and activism communities. Her work has been featured in the A&E channel’s “In Focus” artist series, New Balance’s “Made Mondays”, Budweiser’s “Respect The Hustle” campaign, Spike Lee’s “She’s Gotta Have It” Netflix series, the documentary “No Free Walls”, and the upcoming “Street Heroines” documentary.

Danielle was on Next Level Team Dominican Republic.