Danielle McCullough

Danielle McCullough’s works are a result of materials and processes in which her body is used to create a perceptual vantage point from which to think through tactile manipulations. Her gestures are informed by animal interactions and natural energy – utilizing cyanotype (one of the earliest photographic forms used in plant species illustration) to manifest a permanent blue trace from a momentary arrangement of light. McCullough has participated in a number of exhibitions at Los Angeles art venues including the Pacific Design Center, Jancar Gallery, Workspace, Telic Arts Exchange, Fluxco, The Women’s Building, The Advocate and Gochis Galleries at the Ed Gould Plaza, and Texan Equities. Additionally, she has shown her work and conducted visiting artist workshops and lectures at venues across the continental United States. She is a recipient of grants from the Creative Capacity Fund, Change, Inc., and an artist residency at The Vermont Studio Center. She earned her BA in Studio Art from the University of Northern Iowa and her MFA in Painting from Ohio University. McCullough lives and works in Los Angeles. http://daniellemccullough.net/

Artist's Projects

New Everyday Life Workshops
Danielle McCullough
Gabie Strong

Artists Danielle McCullough and Gabie Strong will lead a sun-print cyanotype process workshop using 19th century photographic techniques and contemporary materials gathered from the desert floor to produce images of white on a sea of bright blue. Blast Site is a monument to future failures, marking survival in the high desert, invoking both the ancient and the new.