Danielle Bursk lives and works in Bucks County and Philadelphia, PA. She is married to artist Justin Bursk and they have two children. Danielle makes art about accumulation and connection, concentrating primarily in drawing/painting and performance/video. She is known for her large-scale abstract ink drawings and her audience-interactive performances.
Danielle received her MFA from Rutgers’ Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2006 and her BFA from Temple University's Tyler School of Art in 1995. She has shown regionally quite extensively, and has been reviewed in publications such as the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Pittsburgh City Paper. Ms. Bursk has been selected for a Fleisher Challenge exhibition, a solo show at Abington Art Center, a fellowship to Vermont Studio Center and a CDP Fellowship at the Center for Emerging Visual Artists. Recently she exhibited Danielle Bursk:Ways and Means at 110 Church Gallery in Philadelphia. Danielle is pleased to also list shows at Locks Gallery (Philadelphia), The Main Line Arts Center (Haverford, PA) and the Texas Firehouse (NY,NY) amongst other venues on her resume.