Danielle Rogers resides in Danbury, Connecticut. She was born in Belgium and moved to the United States in 1973. She started painting in 1976.
Danielle's primary medium is acrylic. She also enjoys drawing with pen, photography and the compositions of collages.
Her work mostly expresses itself in an abstract -realistic form. Danielle's experiences, places, people and events compel her to show them through her paintings. She has always been fascinated by the combination and the relationship of color.
As a self-taught artist she has enriched her awareness in classes at the Putnam Arts Council with artist Jeanne DeMotses. At Dutchess Community College and at Arts on the Lake with artist Alexander Shundi.
She is a member of the Putnam Arts Council, Mahopac NY, the Katonah Museum Artist's Association, Katonah NY and a member of Arts on the lake, Kent NY.
Her work has shown at different galleries in Westchester and Putnam counties including as a participant of the 100th year celebration at Northern Westchester Hospital in Mount Kisco, NY. As a solo artist at the Somers library. In group shows at the Putnam Arts Council, Studio around the corner in Brewster, Pound Ridge library, Danbury Library, Ct. and as part of the Reflectionist group of Arts on the Lake, Kent NY. You will also find her work with private collectors in the United States and Europe.
" Paint is my vocabulary and the canvas is my story.
I don't often end up where I want to go but I always love the direction the painting takes me."