Danielle Nelisse will exhibit twelve abstract oil paintings from her recent series entitled “Urban Ecology: Climate Change” from Jan. 17 through Feb. 26 at the EncinitasCivicArtGallery. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

As a former private investigator, Danielle developed a unique perspective on human action and interaction, and creative expression became her outlet. She also studied law and art in the European cities of Florence, Strasbourg, and Vienna. With formal training in law, investigation, urban planning, and direct experience with national and international clientele, Danielle uses her art to depict the imagery associated with global issues.

Regarding this art show, Danielle stated, “What artists have to say about climate change will help shape values and behavior for years to come. I have a need to express my feelings about the intense climate changes and environmental challenges that are happening around me.”

The EncinitasCivicArtGallery hours are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The gallery is closed every other Friday.