Danielle Bodine has worked in textiles for over 35 years. Her work has been exhibited in museums, galleries and art centers throughout the U.S. and is included in many private and corporate collections. Originally from Seattle, Danielle studied clothing design at the University of Washington, Art therapy at Bowling Green University and received a BFA from the University of Michigan in Weaving & Textile Design. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, most recently in "All Things Considered IV, VII and VIII," NBO Juried Shows and catalogs at Fullercraft Museum, 500 Baskets, Lark Books and Pulp Function. Nationally, Danielle has been an invited artist, teacher and lecturer in museums, colleges and arts organizations focusing on contemporary concepts, methods and materials in the realm of fibers. In her studio on Whidbey Island, she offers opportunities for artists and members of the community to explore the many applications of fiber for creative expression.
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