Dana Marshall (New York City, 1962) has lived and worked in Bussum for many years.
She obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography in New York in 1985 and then studied at the Royal Academy of Visual Arts in Amsterdam.
Since then, she has built up an extensive oeuvre that can now be found in the collections of The Tate Gallery in London, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London; the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco as well as in various private collections.
The common thread in her work is the beauty of imperfection and impermanence. Dana is moved by color, texture, detail and interconnectness. Over the years she has developed a unique visual language based on curiosity and tenderness.