Danny Hahlbohm (June 1949 – Alive) is an American artist who specializes in inspirational art. He paints both spiritual and general inspirational pieces using different mediums. Danny was brought up in the eastern part of Long Island, New York. He would later join the US Armed Forces in 1968, serving abroad for a period of four years before he was honorably discharged in 1972. And that's when he started painting for auction houses and private galleries. In 1974, Danny started going round the country, exhibiting and distribution his works to different events and galleries. He would do it until 1978 when he met one of the then leading publishers. They agreed to work together in the production and distribution of his works. Two years later Danny released "Footprints in the Sand," which gave him an almost instant recognition globally, putting his artwork in different galleries and homes.
His more than 30-year career has seen over 100 of his works reproduced and distributed across the globe. Although Danny never had any formal training in arts, he has excelled in art career and made a name through his unique style that speaks to the hearts of many. He has gone as far as offering art classes to several students across the US. Danny says that he receives a lot of miracles in his life, inspiring his creative artwork that in turn inspires others. His works are found in Corner Stone Gallery in Dublin, Ireland, Swanson Gallery in Francisco, New Bedford Whaling Museum just to name a few.
"It has become clear through the years that my artistic gifts were meant to be used by the Lord for the comfort and growth of those they touch. He touches their hearts with that which He projects from my artistic eyes to see and reproduce."