Danielle Julien is an artist from Quebec, Canada. She attended College Jean Brebeuf in Montreal during the years 1978-1979, taking courses in Fine Arts, while also pursuing continuous training in classical and modern dance. In 1988, she received her B.A. Education in Visual Arts at the University of Quebec in Trois-Rivieres and began teaching to various clienteles.
After moving to New Brunswick for a few years in the early 1990’s to teach at the College de Dieppe, Danielle returned to her native Quebec and began teaching at the College de Shawinigan. Throughout this entire period, she continued to pursue her artistic endeavors, remaining active in various arts counsels and juried art shows.
Since 1983, Danielle has had numerous solo and group exhibitions along with a teaching career at the Université du Québec and Colleges in Shawinigan and Moncton NB.
Her works have taken place in Canadian galleries (Montréal, Ottawa, Québec city, Baie St-Paul and Trois-Rivières) and in Europe (France and Sweden). Some of them have been acquired by Collections like Loto Québec and the City of Trois-Rivières.
Founder and director of the multidisciplinary workshop De la Factrie au dessin, she pursues her artistic practice mainly in the fields of drawing and painting.