Danielle Corson is a ceramic based artist from Regina, Saskatchewan. She is currently enrolled in the MFA program at Boise State University.
Corson has shown work at the Fifth Parallel Gallery, Mackenzie Art Gallery, and the Art Gallery of Thunder Bay.
Corson’s artwork explores philosophies of the fragility of life, anxiety, and spirituality. She uses organic materials, such as paper and cotton, which she dips into porcelain slip and fires to cone 10. The organic material burns away leaving a husk. Atmospheric firings add uniqueness and individuality to each form. The transformation creates a beautiful shell communicating notions of death, decay, and impermanence.