Margaret Danielak

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Margaret Danielak conducting Feminist Art Tour of Norton Simon Museum
Margaret Danielak conducting Feminist Art Tour at Norton Simon Museum 2009
Margaret Danielak in front of Le Brun Painting
Bird Jar, Zia Pueblo, 1991 Watercolor 19 X 26" © Robert G. Stevens
Hopi Village, Arizona, 1991-1992 Watercolor 19" X 26" © Robert G. Stevens
Heartline - Black Mesa, San Ildefonso, 1991-1192 Watercolor 19" X 26" © Robert G. Stevens
Feminist Tour of Norton Simon Museum , 2009 © Julie Snyder
Quick Facts
Berkeley, CA
Lives in
Works in
Southern California
Representing galleries
gallery landscape painting, publication, arts-education, feminist art realism traditional figurative, sculpture

Curator, art rep, and ArtNetwork Press author, Margaret Danielak, produces innovative art-related events in alternative venues.  Over the past ten years her company, Pasadena-based DanielakArt, has exhibited the work of its artists at the California School of Culinary Arts, Heritage Wine Company, Vroman's Bookstore, the Fine Artists Factory, Sweetland Hall (All Saints Church), and Phantom Galleries LA at Homestead House in Pasadena among other locations.  

Danielak is the daughter of artists and a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley.  She was a Producer Fellow at The American Film Institute and is the author of the highly-rated handbook for fine artists, A Gallery without Walls A featured speaker for the Artist Career Training (ACT) Program and member of their virtual faculty, she also teaches art marketing workshops for artists throughout Southern California. 

Danielak is active in the Pasadena community, having served on the Junior League of Pasadena's Art Smart Committee (in association with The Armory Center for the Arts) on art projects for disadvantaged youth.  She is a member of the Pasadena Arts Council and the Southern California Women's Caucus for Art (SCWCA).   

DanielakArt currently represents an eclectic selection of artworks created by California based contemporary artists including abstract painter Linda French, award-winning sculptor/painter/digital artist, Toni Scott, figurative painter Julie Snyder - who served as president of the historic Businessmen's Art Institute of Los Angeles - and Margaret's father, the late illustrator and landscape painter, Robert G. Stevens (1926 - 2004). 

A Gallery Without Walls: Selling Art in Alternative Venues is the fifth book in ArtNetwork Press' highly-regarded "101" series.  The handbook, which was illustrated by Danielak's late father, is about selling art in alternative venues and in innovative, cost-effective ways.  The book is currently a featured selection of North Light Book Club.