Daniell Barton was born and raised on a farm of rural Indiana where she was influencedgreatly in her creative process. She has lived in and/or traveled much of the country and which provides her and unlimited amount of versatility that is seen in her portfolio.
Daniell recognized that she was gifted artistically, but like many artists she did not feel competent enough that people would like her art enough to support her. It was in 2019 that she was persuaded enough by family and friends that she was good and that she could. It was in April of 2019 that she felt she had a responsibility above all else to at least use her gift and leave it to the Lord if anything was to happen successfully with it. She immediately had her first pet portrait commission soon after the decision and has been a champion at pioneering her way through the art industry ever since.
In the fall of 2019, Daniell wanted to add to her credibility as an artist and wanted to go from a gifted artist to a skilled artist. Daniell enrolled in the Milan Art Institute’s yearlong Mastery Program. Daniell graduated from this program in 2020.
Some insight into Daniell’s process for where she gets ideas for her paintings that are not commission pieces; comes from her own life experiences of photographs that she has taken or from dreams that she has had. She also may be moved by a photograph that reminds her of her childhood and will ask permission from the photographer. Daniell feels her greatest art pieces are the ones that move individuals emotionally and/or spiritually. Through stories shared with her from individuals that love her art is how she arrived at her quote and tag line of “Explore the Beauty of Art Out-Loud”. Daniell says, “When you ‘Explore the Beauty of Art Out-Loud’; you have a spiritual, emotional journey that influences and alters your universe.”
Currently, Daniell is beginning work on several series: Dancers, the Amish lifestyle that she observed growing up is a huge part of the Hoosier culture. She also for sees a unique Biblical series down the road that she had a dream about AND with a recent move to the gulf coast of Mississippi she for sees the addition of the culture of the gulf coast influencing her art as
Daniell’s work has been and may still be displayed at the following galleries:
Nappanee Artisan Market – Nappanee, IN
Oddfellow Gallery – Hattiesburg, MS
River Art Gallery – Pascagoula, MS
Gallery 782 – Biloxi, MS
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