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Honorable Mention: Paying Homage to the Number 10

October 01, 2019

Honored to be recognized by American Craft Week for their Ten Year Anniversary Showcase, Paying Homage to the Number Ten! Check out the showcase at, and read all about my Scale Veil! This showcase will be printed in the upcoming issue of Handmade Business magazine!

'Scales of Gold' on view at Maine Craft Portland May & June 2019

May 03, 2019

My recent set, 'Scales of Gold' is on view at Maine Craft Portland, as part of the "Nuptials: Adornment for a New Age" Exhibition, on view throughout May and June 2019. 

Maine Craft Portland unveils an alternative bridal show not to be missed! Over 20 craft artists have created one-of-a-kind ceremonial adornment, accessories, and jewelry that embody new ideas to present bridal with a twist!

This 2-month long exhibit will showcase unique offerings for the discerning contemporary looking to get hitched in distinctive true to you style. How about matching hand stamped leather belts, lovers’ knot bracelets, or a silk skived unisex Kurta? These dazzling, ready to wear pieces, like all offerings at the Maine Craft Portland retail gallery were handcrafted by talented Maine-based craft artists.

Danielle Gerber Awarded Second in Show at the Saco Bay Artists Show

September 01, 2018

​September show Winner at the Saco Bay Artists Show in Ocean Park, Maine. Danielle Gerber won Second in Show for her raised vessels.

The Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art Presents Curious Nature | 2018 Alumni Triennial Exhibition

March 01, 2018

On view from August 3–September 15, 2018

Exhibition Opening Reception: Friday, August 3, 2018, 5-8PM

Viewing hours are Wednesday–Sunday 11am–5pm, Thursday 11am–7pm, and First Fridays 11am–8pm.

Curious Nature brings together a diverse group of artists who draw inspiration from the natural world. Employing various mediums, from painting to sculpture, photography, and installation, their works are rooted in the act of looking closer.

“These artists explore our relationship with the natural world through investigating the structure of reality, daily rhythms, beauty, texture, and emergent patterns. Focusing their attention on places and processes that are often overlooked, they illuminate the various forces affecting ecosystems and the environment that surrounds us. Their perspectives range from the micro and macro, revealing new views of familiar terrain. In an attempt to capture that which is in a state of constant transformation, they record their surroundings, yielding works that inspire our own sense of awe, inviting us to both celebrate nature and protect it.” Guest Curator, Shannon Rankin ’97.

Rankin’s selections include fifteen artists exhibiting diverse works that range from painting, printmaking and photography, to sculpture, ceramics, metalwork and installation. Artists include: Annika Early MFA ’16 (Portland, ME), Kristin Fitzpatrick (West Kennebunk, ME), Danielle Gerber ’12 (Portland, ME), Alisha Gould MFA ’10 (Kennebunk, ME), Kayla Goulden ’13 (Portland, ME), Lenka Konopasek MFA ’01 (Salt Lake City, UT), Mark Marchesi ’99 (Portland, ME), Tessa Green O'Brien MFA ’16 (South Portland, ME), Isabelle O'Donnell ’17 (Portland, ME), Catherine Quattrociocchi ’17 (Portland, ME), Sam Richardson ’15 (Portland, ME), Celeste Roberge ’79 (South Portland, ME), Bryan Stryeski MFA ’01 (Brooklyn, NY and Avon, CT), Sarah Camille Wilson ’07 (Burlington, VT) and Charley Young MFA ’14 (Halifax, NS).

Danielle Gerber Awarded Emerging Artist Studio Equipment Grant by the Maine Crafts Association

January 01, 2018

Danielle Gerber was awarded an emerging artist studio equipment grant from the Maine Crafts Association. This award includes equipment and metal for an entire metalsmithing studio. Many thanks go out to the family and the Maine Crafts Association for this award.

Guest Artist Exhibition at Gallery 302

December 08, 2017

Sculptural Objects

Exhibition at Gallery 302

Opening Reception

Friday December 8th 5-7pm


Exhibition featuring sculptures, wares & jewelry by Danielle Gerber of DMG Designs.

On view December 8th - January 5th

Gallery 302, 112 Main Street, Bridgton Maine

September show Winner at the Saco Bay Artists Show in Ocean Park, Maine, judged by Tim Parks. Danielle Gerber won Second in Show for her 'Ripple Vase', "Danielle Gerber; artist’s hammered raised copper vase has a great classic design created with superb technical skill."

Danielle Gerber is a 2017 Brunswick Outdoor Arts Festival award winning artist for the category of "Other" for her unique raised copper and brass sculptural vessels.

Sculptures accepted into “Sea to Shore: Sculpture Inspired by the New England Seacoast,”

May 01, 2017

“Sea to Shore: Sculpture Inspired by the New England Seacoast,” a juried exhibition of contemporary sculpture, opens at Governor John Langdon House at 143 Pleasant St., in Portsmouth on June 2.

Organized by Historic New England and the New England Sculptors Association, “Sea to Shore” presents 45 sculptures from 29 artists working in alabaster, marble, fiberglass, copper, steel, wood, clay, fieldstone, granite, and other materials. The artists drew inspiration from the natural world, the history of the coastal fishing industry, folktales, sea vessels, and the simple freedom to enjoy a day at the beach. Their work will be on display in the historic rooms and on the grounds at Governor John Langdon House.

“Sea to Shore: Sculpture Inspired by the New England Seacoast” will be on view through Oct. 15. For more information, call 603-436-3205. The opening reception is Friday, June 2 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. during the Art ’Round Town gallery walk in Portsmouth. For information on related public programs, visit ;

Featured in Handmade Business Magazine

August 20, 2016

DMG Designs will appear in the October issue of Handmade Business Magazine for her award of Rising Stars, 30 Exceptional Craft Stars Under 30!

Handmade Business October 2016

Danielle Gerber Chosen as 2016 Rising Craft Star by American Craft Week

August 18, 2016

For its 2016 artist focus, American Craft Week chose to search for exceptional craftspeople under the age of thirty. The thirty winners comprise of a spotlight exhibit, Rising Stars, with the purpose to discover great craft and foster the careers of these talented and creative artists.


In the jurying process, The ACW National Committee looked for these characteristics:

  • excellence in design and skill level

  • an impressive body of work

  • a strong commitment to working as a craftsperson

  • work exhibited and/or offered for sale to the public

  • a commitment to community and social values


American Craft Week Showcase

National Endowment for the Arts 50th Anniversary Publication

November 26, 2015

My Arts Story

Article and images published on Nationals Endowment for the Arts website


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Art Jewelry Magazine Online

May 15, 2015

May 2015 Assymetrical Design Challenge

Showcase 500 Art Necklaces

July 01, 2013

"Water Collar" included in Lark Gallery Publication, Showcase 500 Art Necklaces, July 2013

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