Daniella Willett-Rabin returned to college after many years in the music world and received her BFA in illustration in 2013 from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Previously she had attended a visual arts high school in Salamanca, Spain. An influencing factor that has broadened her vision of art includes her many years dedicated to the study of percussion. She uses this to her advantage by correlating rhythmic elements found in music with visual patterning which she incorporates into her artwork. Her art is often fanciful, colorful, and joyful, striving to convey creativity, positive energy, and the vibrancy found in life. She prefers to work in acrylic but also employs a variety of media including oil and watercolor, among others.
Mexican Folk Dancers
The Cello Player, 30x40 - acrylic
Alisa Rose, 12x20 - acrylic
North Woods, 9x12- acrylic