Painter & Muralist
Danielle SeeWalker is Húŋkpapȟa Lakȟóta and citizen of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota.
She is an artist, writer, curator, activist, and boymom of two, based in Denver, Colorado. Danielle is co-founder of The Red Road Project , Co-Founder of Creative Nations, Visual Arts Curator at The Dairy Arts Center, Executive Board member of Street Wise Arts, Director of Sponsorships for Babe Walls, and Co-Chair of the Denver American Indian Commission.
She recently published her first book titled “Still Here”, with the intention of it being used as an educational resource.
In her personal practice, Danielle’s visual artwork often incorporates the use of mixed media and experimentation while incorporating traditional Native American materials, scenes, and messaging.
Her artwork pays homage to her identity as a Lakȟóta wíŋyaŋ (woman) and her passion to redirect the narrative to an accurate and insightful representation of contemporary Native America while still acknowledging historical events. Danielle’s mission is to bring cultural awareness through her voice, art and activism.