These galleries contain an archive of Danuta’s work. Of significant note is Danuta’s “Art About Art” (listed on this website under “Tribute to the Masters”) series in which she portrays her favorite painters—Cezanne, Picasso, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, and Modigliani—combining portraits with elements of their well-known works. Half homage, half subtle mischief, these whimsical paintings are perhaps more revealing of Danuta herself than the masters she reveres.

Danutas Studio

Danutas Studio

Danuta’s continuing journey of self-discovery led to a considerable change in character and subject matter of her most recent paintings. According to Danuta:

I have changed and so has my art.
The good news is I have found my key.
There are many keyholes, doors, pathways and mirrors.
I am curious and delighted with what I might experience when I encounter any of them.
Each experience is necessary to get me to the next place.
I just might ride a Tsunami or paint the sky with my brush.
I may need a ladder or a bunch of chairs or a high tension wire; but I will learn to fly.
I know one thing: I can take it!

Danuta

Danuta