Attainment II - Danielle O'Connor Akiyama

  • Heart Of Hearts II

    Heart Of Hearts II

  • Pearls of Wisdom

    Pearls of Wisdom

  • Heart Of Hearts I

    Heart Of Hearts I

  • Journey III

    Journey III

  • Journey II

    Journey II

  • Painted Dreams I

    Painted Dreams I

  • Painted Dreams II

    Painted Dreams II

  • Messengers Of Love II

    Messengers Of Love II

  • Reveille

    Reveille

  • Grace

    Grace

  • Posterity I

    Posterity I

  • Refuge

    Refuge

  • Lovelight II

    Lovelight II

  • Posterity II

    Posterity II

  • Beauty

    Beauty

  • Journey I

    Journey I

  • Illumination, (Open Edition)

    Illumination, (Open Edition)

  • Posterity III

    Posterity III

  • Lovelight I

    Lovelight I

  • Voyage Of Tranquillity

    Voyage Of Tranquillity

  • Voyage Of Serenity I

    Voyage Of Serenity I

  • Voyage Of Serenity II

    Voyage Of Serenity II

  • Attainment II

    Attainment II

  • Attainment I

    Attainment I


Danielle O'Connor Akiyama

Danielle O'Connor Akiyama

Painting in a variety of media, Danielle creates luminous floral images that vibrate with life, energy and colour, whether through a riotous party of flowers or a single magnificent blossom. She has received numerous awards for her paintings which she describes as "sanctuaries for the soul."

Danielle is a Toronto-based Canadian artist who has been painting for 30 years. Having studied Art Therapy, she worked with people of all ages helping them to achieve personal change through the use and enjoyment of art. Since leaving her work as a therapist Danielle has dedicated herself to a life of painting, but herunderstanding of psychology has had a profound influence on her inspirational images.

Danielle's style is loose and impressionistic, however she has always believed in the importance of each and every brush stroke. In order to gain a greater understanding and technical skill she studied sumi-e, Japanese brushpainting. Her distinctive fusion of eastern and western artistry has led to her works being highly prized by art collectors from both sides of the Pacific.

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