Anne-Marie Delaunay-Danizio was born and grew up in Paris, France.
She earned a Bachelor degree in English from Emmanuel College in 1989. In 1993 she obtained a Masters degree in Art History from the Department of Continuing Education at Harvard University. She returned to Harvard University Extension School and obtained a second Masters degree in Museum Studies in 2015.
As a self-taught artist, Ms. Delaunay-Danizio enrolled in a MFA program at NHIA, now The Institute of Art and Design at New England College, in January of 2018. Her process during the two-year program led her to return to her initial love of painting. In her 2020 MFA thesis titled Eve’s Clitoris, she identified as an abstract expressionist painter with a queer/feminist twist, although her work keeps evolving towards smaller, intimate abstract paintings and textile sculptures.
Her work has appeared in the virtual exhibition “Represent” organized by New York based physical, online gallery and artist social network, See Me. (www.see.me). As part of the “Represent” exhibit one of her works tiled “Pink and Blue” was included in the Winter 2020-2021 exhibition at the Yard, in the Flatiron North Building, New York.
She currently lives in Waltham, MA with her two adult children and her husband.