©Danielle Hartzler

Welcome to Studio 55 Arts Guild Website!


We welcome visual artists 18 years and older, of all media and levels of expertise, including art professionals, emerging artists, and those who appreciate art. The guild meets monthly for programs, sponsors workshops, organizes exhibitions and facilitates the interchange of ideas, information, and motivation for their members and the arts community. 

We are a member of the Springfield Regional Arts Council.

 © Danielle Hartzler

​​​​Studio 55's monthly programs are on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 1:00 p.m. in The Gallery at National Avenue Christian Church, 1515 S. National Ave. Springfield, MO.

Visitors are welcome, and we encourage you to join after 3 visits for only $30 per year to support our projects, speakers, and other expenses.

Contact studio55guild@gmail.com for more information​​ 


Studio 55 Arts Guild

©Danielle Hartzler

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Thursday, July 25, 2019: 6:30-7:30 p.m.


"The Power of Repetition and Finding my Process” 


 Artist Talk by Danielle Hartzler, the curator and creative director at

Transformation Gallery and Tattoo


Free and Open to the Public


Sponsors: Friends of the Springfield Art Museum (FOSAM), Studio 55 Arts Guild and the Springfield Art Museum


Springfield Art Museum, 1111 E. Brookside Drive, Springfield, Missouri


​Seating is limited and reservations are required with Sandra Graves Letson sandragraves@mchsi.com or 417-496-1838.

Danielle Hartzler will show some of her art work and expand on the techniques and processes involved in developing her pieces from start to finish.  In her personal process of considering career options and strategizing about the future, she has developed tools and ways of approaching the idea of finding work as an artist that have transformed her thinking.  The role of and opportunities for artists looks vastly different in today's digital world which brings about it's own set of both challenges and possibilities.  She'll share what she's learned so far in navigating in the digital age, the subject of mental health, and how each person's process and journey is unique and personal.

Danielle grew up in South Carolina and moved to Missouri to pursue a bachelor of Fine Arts in Oil Painting and Printmaking.  Since graduating, she has taken up various jobs while working on personal projects, and has landed at Transformation Gallery & Tattoo as the Creative Director and Curator, working among other accomplished artists.  Her job involves curating the fine art gallery, managing social media, interacting with customers, and general office management of the tattoo studio.  Other advantages of the position include shared studio space and a platform for displaying her own work in a gallery and online setting.  

Danielle’s drawings and paintings have been shown at art shows and craft markets around town, and she was commissioned to do the artwork for two Live Dead Journal publications, a daily missions devotional and journal.  Aside from commissioned work, her focus has been to continue creating bodies of work in oils and pen and ink to foster opportunities for careers in the arts, while maintaining personal artistic discovery and development.  

You will can find more her artwork on Danielle’s Facebook artist page by clicking here or link to her Instagram by clicking here 

©Danielle Hartzler