The N'DIGO Magapaper interviewed Dr. Danielle Harth to highlight her work and her future. Read the article HERE.
The Art of Reciting Scripture
The "2 Samuel 22: The Rescue of David" painting by Dr. Danielle Harth was referenced in Thomas Griffin's books "The Art of Reciting Scripture" and "The Art of Leading Scripture Recitations" about the process, artisty, and impact of reciting scripture from the Bible.
"The Rescue of David" oil painting was conceived from a visceral vision Danielle experienced while reading 2 Samuel 22: 1-22 across multiple Biblical translations (King James Version, The Message Bible, The Amplified Bible) where David shares a vivid song of thanks to the Lord for supernaturally delivering him from death by Saul's army:
There are many ways to engage with the principles, history, stories, and interpretations of the Bible. Visualizing scripture is just one way to interact with the Bible. Imagine the impact of applying the content of scripture to inspire solutions for the everyday matters of your life. As Ecclesiastes 1:9 (NLT) states, "History merely repeats itself. It has all been done before. Nothing under the sun is truly new."
Danielle recreated her "2 Samuel 22: The Rescue of David" painting nearly 10 years later.
Tonight's Live Painting!
TODAY at 8:00pm CST is my live art performance with the incredible Caribbean jazz ensemble, Eric Hines & Pan Dulce!
While the full concert event is free to watch, there will be a virtual tip jar. Support to the visual artist, band, and Fulton Street Collective are encouraged and appreciated.
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Tune in to tonight's virtual concert here:
You are cordially invited to attend a livestream, free concert with Eric Hines & Pan Dulce!
Danielle Harth will be the featured artist creating live visual art during this performance. I am thrilled about this upcoming performance hosted by the Fulton Street Collective!
This livestream performance will air on YouTube on Thursday, March 25th at 8pm CST: youtube.com/fultonstreetcollective.
The performing artists include:
This concert is free to viewers, however, you may support Danielle Harth Fine Art by making contributions to:
Come see never before seen Danielle Harth Fine Art original artwork at The Fulton Street Collective's exhibit, "The Color Red" which is on display from February 12th until February 28th.
All of the presented works will capture the vibrance of the color red. The show opens Friday, February 12th from 7-10PM with gallery hours to follow. There are three timed entries on opening night, 7PM, 8PM, and 9PM. Guests can purchase two $5 tickets and enjoy the artwork in the gallery for 50 minute sessions.
Here is the link for tickets: The Color Red.
Last month (and last year: 2020), we collaborated with the Tom McCarthy Quintet for the virtual concert at the Fulton Street Collective. Here is the "Blue Lights" painting that was created during that event:
Tonight, Danielle Harth will be returning to the live art stage with the BaSH trio, featuring Clark Sommers, Geof Bradfield, and Dana Hall.
This free, livestream performance will air on YouTube on Thursday, January 24, 2021.
Virtual contributions for Danielle Harth are encouraged:
You are cordially invited to attend a livestream jazz concert! We are excited to be celebrating the end of the 2020 year with jazz and live art.
The Tom McCarthy Quintet will be performing their rendition of Kenny Burrell's "Blue Lights.
Danielle Harth will be the featured artist creating her visual interpretation of this "Blue Lights" experience.
This free, livestream performance will air on YouTube on Monday, December 28th at 8pm CST on YouTube.
Are you ready?
Virtual contributions for Danielle Harth are encouraged:
"2 Samuel 22: The Rescue of David (Part II)"
By: Danielle Harth
Oil on canvas
The Lord delivered David out of the hands of his enemies in a way that reached my core because the Lord has been a gracious refuge in all matters of my life in the same way. This painting challenged me because it is an evolution of the 2 Samuel 22 painting that I created 8 years ago. I am the same but different from how I was 8 years ago, as we all are. God carried me through this creative process, I persevered, and here it is. I am grateful to share my interpretation of 2 Samuel 22 for the glory of the Lord [my rock, my savior, my shield, the horn of my salvation, my high tower, my refuge, my savior]. Thank you to the wonderfully kind and patient Danielle Harth Fine Art collector! I hope that this painting brings great joy and memories to their home and family for a lifetime.
I hope this imagery encourages you to reflect on the message within 2 Samuel 22 of the Bible. Do not lose your focus. Persevere. This time that we are experiencing in this world is for a purpose. Do not let anything break your spirit. I personally know that God is always faithful, just as He was with David, and there is a way out of every discouraging situation.
On July 19th and July 20th, Danielle Harth Fine Art will be exhibiting and selling brand new oil paintings at the "Stripped, But Unbreakable" Women's Conference at the Lighthouse Church of All Nations (4501 W. 127th St., Alsip, IL 60803).
The doors open tonight (Friday) at 6:30pm. On Saturday, the event begins at 9:00am.
Now is the time to get an original Danielle Harth oil painting.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Are you ready for A Night Of The Arts on May 31, 2019?
Danielle Harth will be reuniting with her talented colleagues from the University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign on behalf of Dunamis Community Advocate Services for this exciting night of art for the purpose of expanding youth mentoring services throughout Chicagoland.
You will want to experience the spoken word art, classical trap strings, and the visual art by Danielle Harth at Gallery Guichard in Bronzeville.
Please register to attend A Night Of the Arts at bit.ly/dcasfundraiser.