(pronounced hal-Bome) was born in Mineola, New York in June of 1949.
He grew up on the eastern end of Long Island, New York until 1968
when he enlisted in the Armed Forces.
Danny Hahlbohm was sent overseas and toward the end of his tour he received a miracle from God that changed his life.
This miracle led Danny to accept the Lord and
become a Christian.
After serving in the Armed Forces and being honorably discharged in 1972, Hahlbohm began painting for galleries and touring the
In 1979, Danny released his well-known Footprints in the Sand painted along with the poem written by Mary Stevenson in 1939. The result was world recognition. To
date, over 80 different Hahlbohm Christian
art prints can be found in homes throughout
Danny Hahlbohm says, "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. He required more detail and
power for the Christian paintings He had
inspired me to paint, and they included
people. I told Him that was my real
weakness, but before long, I was pushed
into doing portraits. I realized that the gift
of talent I had been given was truly the
Lord's hand upon my own."