Welcome to the website dedicated to preserving the memory of Daniel Buckner Price (1975-2003). Daniel was a talented artist and a loving husband, brother, son, and friend. A native of New Orleans, Daniel was tragically murdered at the age of 28 in San Francisco while trying to protect his wife from a would-be assailant.
We miss Daniel constantly, and we put together this website so that others who knew and loved Daniel around the world, as well as those that were not so lucky, can continue to have Daniel bring them joy through his beautiful art and infectious smile. For more information about Daniel’s life, please visit the About Daniel page.
About the Fund
The Daniel Price Memorial Fund for Aspiring Artists was established to give exceptional fine arts graduates of the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) an opportunity to pursue higher educational studies in a fine arts discipline. The scholarship will enable future generations of young, talented artists like Daniel to follow their artistic passions while obtaining a college degree. You can learn more and contribute to the fund by clicking here.
We strongly encourage all viewers of this site to contribute to the Memorial Fund. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated.
Daniel loved nothing more than for others to find joy through his artwork. Please browse through his online gallery.
Purchasing prints, giclees, and cheese plates featuring Daniel’s artwork
Since Daniel’s death, we have had many requests for information about purchasing Daniel’s work. Though none of his original artwork is for sale, we do have prints and giclees of several of his paintings available. Specifically, we have: prints of “Boston Terriers Playing Trivial Pursuit”; prints and giclees of “Spyboy”, “Secondline Boy”, and “Leontine Street”; and giclees of “Magazine Street”. We also have a limited number of six-dish cheese plate sets featuring Daniel’s humorous “moosterpieces of cow art”.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Uptown Frames in New Orleans at (504) 866-1576.