Seattle-based artist Danielle Foushée works as a painter, sculptor, installation artist, and designer. Her work has been exhibited nationwide in cities like New York, Denver, Seattle, and Los Angeles. Most recently, Danielle’s work was shown in Destabilizing Dystopia in Edmonton, Canada. She also has temporary public artwork on view in Heaven & Earth VII at Carkeek Park in Seattle as well as at Amazon Headquarters in South Lake Union. Her award-winning design work has also been widely published. Ms. Foushée attended the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and studied Visual Arts. She went on to receive a Bachelor of Environmental Design from North Carolina State University’s prestigious College of Design. She then received her first MFA in 2-dimensional design from Cranbrook Academy of Art, and is currently pursuing her second MFA in Visual Studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art. She has taught art and design courses at UCLA, USC, and Art Center.