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About Danny Warhole

Danny Warhole is a Midwest native who resides in San Diego, California. 


Danny works in various mediums, including acrylic pointillism painting, digital figure drawing and photography. Danny’s work is part auto-biography, part travel log, part drag, part love letter to his husband, and part tribute to the history and evolution of gay culture. Danny seeks to expand the boundaries of mainstream art through his focus on the male nude form and embracing emerging mediums, such as digital art. 


Danny's work has been accepted into juried art exhibitions including The Dirty Show (Detroit, MI ’23, ’24), PROUD+ (San Diego, CA ’23), CLAW Kinky Art Show (Los Angeles, CA ’23), The Big Gay Art Show (Sedona, AZ ’23). Danny was also selected as the winner of the Desert Gay Tourism Guild design contest (’20). 


Danny's work is currently being exhibited at The Gallery at Circus of Books (West Hollywood, CA) and at PS Homeboys (Palm Springs, CA). Danny previously exhibited work at The Studio Door (San Diego, CA).


Andy Warhol's Interview Interview: Danny Warhole


San Diego Art of Pride, Committee Member 

Tom of Finland Foundation, Artist Member


"Artist Profile: Danny Warhole" LGBTQ San Diego County News, Mar 2023

Danny Warhole answers a series of actual questions that Andy Warhol posed to subjects during his years as chief interrogator for Interview magazine.

ANDY WARHOL: What did you have for breakfast?


DANNY: Egg whites, oatmeal, and copious amounts of black coffee.


WARHOL: Do you get depressed if you don’t work?


DANNY: I get depressed if I don’t have anything to do. 


WARHOL: I don’t want to live forever, do you?


DANNY: I don’t want to live forever, but I always want more time. Time is far more valuable than money. You can always make more money, but we all spend time the moment we get it, and then it runs out.


WARHOL: When do you get nervous?


DANNY: People make me nervous. I tend to worry about making people happy.


WARHOL:  Is there anything you regret not doing?


DANNY: No, because if I did anything differently, it could potentially change everything.


WARHOL:  What do you think about love?


DANNY: I think a lot more about loneliness than love. It makes me appreciate love more.

WARHOL: Do you dream?


DANNY: Yes, but more so when I am awake,  than when I am asleep. 


""Circus of Books West Replaces ChiChi LaRue’s in WeHo Rainbow District" WeHo Times, Feb 2022

""Nakations" (Photographs)  Passport MagazineJun 2022

"A Real Danny Warhole" Juturna International Male Art Magazine, Issue 24/Jan 2024 




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