In Our Gallery

Lorraine Ryan

Some artists are simply driven to draw and paint what they see around them. Lorraine Ryan is one of them. She began as a small child and has been an artist all her life. Ryan is a graduate of the Parsons School of Design, and a member of the Arts Student League of New York.

Her watercolors and acrylics range from large complex still lifes, to landscapes, to lush florals, to coastal seascapes. Her current focus is Connecticut farms and barns, hoping to raise awareness to their unfortunate and rapid disappearance.

Her paintings have been collected in the U.S. and the U.K. In 2005, Ryan was honored to be juried into the prestigious Mystic Seaport’s 26th Annual International Art Exhibition, with her painting, “It’s A Keeper.”

“I have never indulged in abstract intellectual notions of art, but rather I have merely tried to capture the things I enjoy observing.”

Merryall is proud to share and exhibit this fine artist’s work throughout its 2022 season. All paintings on exhibit at Merryall are available for purchase.

Danielle Mailer

Danielle Mailer received her BA from Bowdoin College and studied at both the New York Studio School and the School of Visual Arts. In the last half a decade she has completed three site specific public artworks in Torrington and Salisbury Connecticut thanks to grants  from Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism , National Endowment for the Arts and Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation. 

Mailer has shown in galleries and museums throughout North America. She was honored with a retrospective at the Mattatuck Museum with over 40 of her works on display. She was also part of a traveling retrospective of Provincetown artists titled "The Tides of Provincetown" at the New Britain Museum of American Art. She is represented by the Berta Walker Gallery in Provincetown Mass., and The White Gallery in Lakeville Connecticut. 

Merryall is proud and honored to share this fine artist’s work as part of its public art series.