Danielle Duer has worked as a painter and visual artist in the center of Nashville’s evolving art scene for the past several years. Her unusual pieces have been described as haunting and romantic. She uses bold, beautiful color combinations and layers the main images with dainty details so that the viewer can stare for hours and always see something new. These narrative paintings are quite feminine and successfully possess both realistic and fanciful charm. She includes symbolism to tell lighthearted stories that are metaphors for deeper truths and philosophies in her own life.
Danielle’s work has been featured in a variety of publications such as the Music City Arts Channel and Elle Girl Magazine. In 2007, she was recognized by the mayor of Nashville for her outstanding achievements in the art and culture of the downtown area. You can find more of her work at DanielleDuer.com, and you can contact her via e-mail.
-April Boland, Della Donna Women's Magazine