Danielle Procaccio’s Biography
“Ansel Adams once said, “The closer I get to nature, the closer I get to God.”
Painting, for Danielle, is a spiritual journey. Each stage of life brings about changes. Even as a child, she always wanted to capture life’s moments and preserve each precious memory. This desire became her inspiration; to observe the natural world, to preserve that image, and then share it. Danielle wants each viewer to look at the piece and be struck with an emotion or maybe a distant memory.
Danielle Procaccio’s work is a combination of different mediums. Her multi-layered composition gives the canvas texture and movement fusing the indigenous with the sophisticated. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and shows since 1995. Today, her art can be found in a number of corporate and private collections worldwide.
Through her art, Danielle has been able to make a spiritual connection with herself. As you view her art, accept her invitation to make your own connection.”
– biography from Danielle Procaccio’s website
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