The March 11, 2007 New York Times published an article on Mr. Mailer’s artist daughter Danielle Mailer: “A Woman With a Rich History, Making Art and Teaching Children”:
Danielle Mailer’s secrets are closely held. She weaves them into her art, into the mysterious long-limbed women she cuts out of Masonite and paints with acrylics. Black birds, trombones and skulls hide in their hair and bodies. The women crouch on walls or tumble in space, clad in leopard skin, beads, brilliant polka dots and stripes. Artichokes in their hearts, their faces never quite revealed, they live in two-dimensional silhouettes that resemble their dark-haired, long-limbed creator.