Dannielle Mick has been painting for over 25 years, inspired by land, sea and skyscapes. Each painting is a single moment in time and evokes an emotional connection to the subtleties in our everyday surroundings that we take for granted.
Dannielle Mick has been painting for over 25 years. In New York City, she attended the Art Students League, the National Academy of Fine Art, and the New School of Parsons. She also attended the Art Institute of Chicago, and continued her studies with artists throughout the US.
Mick has been inspired by land, sea and skyscapes for as long as she has painted. Years ago, she moved to a lakeside setting. The wide-open spaces of the sky and water opened a whole new world of inspiration to her. She has completed hundreds of paintings of these views. Sun, rain, fog, mist, and snow are just some of the elements she seeks to capture. She never tires of ever-changing views of the different seasons and times of day.
In Mick's body of work, she believes that the paintings speak for themselves, telling a story about a place in time. They evoke an emotional connection to the subtleties in our everyday surroundings that we take for granted. She knows that what she observes will never be the same again.
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