Danielle Mysliwiec holds a BA from Wesleyan University and an MFA from Hunter College. Recent solo exhibitions include: Harbinger at Novella Gallery, New York and Quatrain at Vox Populi Gallery in Philadelphia. Her work has been exhibited with galleries including Mixed Greens Gallery and Transmitter Gallery (NY), Rockelmann & (Berlin), Heiner Contemporary and Project 4 (Washington, DC), Baer Ridgway Exhibitions and Chandra Cerrito Contemporary (San Francisco), and The Center for Craft, Creativity and Design (Asheville, NC) among others. Her paintings have been featured and reviewed in publications including The Brooklyn Rail, Art Fag City, The Washington Post, B’more Art, and The San Francisco Examiner. Recent awards include a fully funded residency to the Surf Point Foundation, the Pollack Krasner Fellowship at The Vermont Studio Center, residencies at Two Coats of Paint, Visiting Artist at The Wassaic Project and a grant from the Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County. Mysliwiec has also been a contributing writer to the Brooklyn Rail. She is on the board of Interlude Artist Residency, a residency for parent artists in Livingston, New York.