My work explores the nebulous subject of the inner life. Inspired by ephemeral beauty, I seek truth, and to explore what it means to be fully human.
My artistic discipline includes the practices of leaning into the unknown in trust and surrender. Allowing the work to guide me, a process both intuitive and cathartic, the work slowly unfolds making it self-known with every stroke. Battered brushes often revealing whimsical abstracts, or inner landscapes with windows and doors into the unknown.
Danielle Fontaine Koslowsky is a contemporary Franco-Manitoban visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. Danielle currently paints and sculpts in her studio at 618 ARTlington, and serves on the MHC Gallery board.
You can find her works in the Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg, and in private collections across the US and Canada.