Larissa Danielle is a multimedia artist from the Washington D.C. metro area. Her work reflects her love of natural and found materials such as dried botanicals, wood, and textiles.
Through her expressive usage of materials, scale, color, and form she explores the delicate conversations of sexual diversity and disability.
Her subject matter talks about the relationships and boundaries of disabled and diverse bodies within the world of intimacy, pop culture, art history and self love.
She holds an A.A. from Montgomery College, Rockville MD, a B.A. in studio arts from the University of Maryland- College Park and an MFA in sculpture from Indiana University- Bloomington.