Bio

DaNice D. Marshall (pronounced Duh-Nyse) is a Boston—based artist, whose work has been exhibited at spaces like Piano Craft Gallery (MA), The Cultural Center of Cape Cod (MA), The Contemporary at Northern Waters (MI), and a solo display on Billboard Hope in Boston’s historic John Eliot Square.

Currently, DaNice’s painting “America’s Two Sons” is showing in the “Art as Salve” curated exhibition in Newton, MA at the New Art Corridor Gallery and has been given an extended viewing.

Her painting “Moment Lost” can be seen up in lights, on Orange Barrel Media’s digital billboard in Boston’s Downtown Crossing on Washington St.

In addition, her work “She Pretends, Making Negative Space Into Positive” is showing in the group exhibition “Negative” Intersects Gallery in St. Louis and her work “Sisterhood: Think Tank” is on exhibit in D’art Center, Norfolk Virginia.

DaNice’s mixed media painting “A Cautionary Tale” will be on display in the curated Hue exhibition at Msanii Hous Fine Art Gallery in Carrollton, Texas in mid-July thru September.

Her work will also be showing at Cambridge Art Association’s National Prize Show in July, and part of the Bold & Beautiful Art exhibit at Hopkinton Arts later this Summer.

DaNice is a published writer. In 2021 her story “These Women Mattered” appeared in Chicken Soup for the Soul. Her upcoming story “Grieving My Ordinary Life” will be published in February 2022

She lives with her husband Ben and their dog Tigger.

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