Gallery 224 presents,
Stop down by our windows in the month of July to see the artwork of ARTservancy Artist Resident, Danielle Pahlisch.
This exhibition features artwork inspired by
supported by the Ozaukee Washington Land Trust.
Danielle is an artist and photographer living and working in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Studio Arts from UW Milwaukee and studied painting techniques and Art History in Florence, Italy at the Santa Reparata International School of Art.
She has won awards for wildlife photography from organizations such as Wisconsin Images for Conservation. Currently she serves on several local nature boards, and works seasonally with the Milwaukee County Parks Department to remediate and conserve the natural areas of Milwaukee County.
I believe that at some point in their career, most artists will struggle in search of the meaning and vision of their work. This is something I experienced first-hand in the years following my graduation from art school. I explored techniques and concepts that did not feel true to the mark I really wished to make in this world. With no sense of direction, my tools went unused and my camera tucked away.