Inside, outside, upside down with Mailer

Danielle Mailer, who has created notable public art works including one at the Scoville Library in Salisbury, was interviewed at the D. M. Hunt Library, where there is a show of her smaller-scale works. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

FALLS VILLAGE — Artist Danielle Mailer said that, as a child, she was surrounded by art, especially South American art.

Mailer was interviewed by C.B. Wismar on Saturday, June 15, as part of an ongoing series of salon talks at the David M. Hunt Library.

“My mother was Peruvian,” she said. “Every corner had some kind of artifact.”

She said she was “steeped in the South American palette.”

Mailer is the daughter of artist Adele Morales and writer Norman Mailer.

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