Daniel Porada graduated from the High School of Art in Rzeszow (Poland) and then studied at the Faculty of Graphic Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow (Poland). Diploma with distinction defended in the Studio Poster with prof. P. Kunce.
After studying he spent a lot of time working in the advertising industry, where he created many interesting artistic projects, many movie posters, including the poster for Andrzej Wajda's "Katyn", the director who won the Oscar. Nevertheless, performing in this industry, he turned his strong sides towards painting, which has been his passion for so long. He creates first and foremost paintings made with acrylic paints, where he clearly evokes the inspiration of the art of the old masters, and especially the masters of the Renaissance.
The main theme of his paintings is feminine nudity and an attempt to show her beauty in a way that is not always obvious, not always real. That is why surrealistic meetings of worlds far from each other in time and space are not alien to him. In the world, all of his paintings are governed above all by the unfettered imagination of the creator.
In the days of the High School of Art and Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts he took part in individual and collective exhibitions of painting in Poland and abroad.