The talents of artist and graphic designer Danielle Foushée have no boundaries. The multifaceted, Seattle based, artist works as a "painter, sculptor and installation artist." Foushée's ability to work in a number of art mediums is a reflection of her love to "compare the cultural qualities of all the places she's lived." Having lived in Alabama, Colorado, Michigan, North Carolina and Utah, Foushée had the chance to explore "the rich diversity of the American experience". This gives her work "its unique blend of contradictory qualities; wilderness vs. civilization, artifice vs. nature, silence vs. language, spirit vs. science, tradition vs. progress, and control vs. surrender."
Foushée's work has been recognized and published nationally and internationally. Not only was Foushée's work featured in our Los Angeles show, but has also been exhibited in New York, Beverly Hills, Seattle, Chicago, Portland, Denver, Baltimore and Reno."
We were so happy to Foushée's artwork on display at our Los Angeles show. It's the elements of design in Foushée's artwork that stimulate the viewer's eyes. The combination of warm and cool colors creates a union of color temperatures that give her artwork depth, contrast and texture. The dominance of organic shapes in combination with the range of color temperatures give more emphasis to each element individually. This enables each element to coexist rather than clash with each other. Foushée's artwork can be seen as a whole and also be broken down in order to appreciate each element that is used in her work.