Danielle Mailer received her BA from Bowdoin College and studied at both the New York Studio School and the School of Visual Arts. In the last half a decade she has completed three site specific public artworks in Torrington and Salisbury Connecticut thanks to grants from Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism , National Endowment for the Arts and Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.
In addition she also installed three indoor wall pieces for Boston Children's Hospital's new wing. Presently she is hard at work fundrainsing and developing fish design concepts for her most ambitious project to date, three forty foot long aluminum Trout silhouettes to be placed on the exterior backside wall of the Staples in downtown Torrington above the naugatuck River . Her Anticipated date to start production is June 2015.
Mailer has shown in galleries and museums throughout North America. She was honored with a retrospective at the Mattatuck Museum with over 40 of her works on display. She was also part of a traveling retrospective of Provincetown artists titled "The Tides of Provincetown" at the New Britain Museum of American Art. She is represented by the Berta Walker Gallery in Provincetown Mass., and The White Gallery in Lakeville Connecticut.
She has her own gallery/ studio in Goshen, CT. She is also Litchfield Magazine's two-time recipient of the "50 Most Influential People" of 2010 and 2012 in Litchfield county.
Danielle Mailer, daughter of Peruvian painter Adele Morales and writer Norman Mailer, is beginning her twelfth year of teaching art at Indian Mountain School in Lakeville, Connecticut. She resides in Goshen, CT., with her husband, Jazz Trombonist, Peter McEachern, their Jack Russell Terrier, Merlin, and their three grown children, who visit often.