Danielle Singer Moore is a multidisciplinary artist, born and based in London. Danielle studied art at Camberwell College of Art and received a first class BA (Hons) in Design from the London College of Communication (formerly the London College of Printing) in 2007. Her work is collected internationally.
“My work reflects a journey between abstract and figurative form defined by the subtle movement to and from the surrender of control. From this process characters and stories emerge that underpin the more commercial side of my work. In this way the subconscious becomes conscious, the unseen becomes seen, the psychotic finds solace and becomes celebrated rather than feared.”
“I was immediately totally struck by her work. She seems to lay bare her heart and soul in such a delicate and beautiful way, both in her paintings and in her writings.”
- Harriet Frazer MBE, Founder of memorials by Artists and the Lettering Arts Trust.
“To see how each Mandala piece speaks to another is utterly mesmerising. I find myself reflecting on their beauty almost every day, there is a thought and a feeling expressed in every line. They seem to capture the connectedness and oneness of all things. Danielle’s work is at once deeply personal and absolutely universal.”
- Ash Selby