Danica Wixom has been an artist for all of her life. After a death in the family, she found that making art helped process her thoughts and emotions. Her work became a sort of “visual diary,” incorporating a variety of symbols and self portraits. In the past few years, she has been using her art and her love for people to work with a variety of community and campus groups. Wixom is a 2013 graduate of Washington State University and now lives and works in Pullman as a campus minister. Wixom also served on the Pullman Arts Commission for two years and is a member of the Palouse Women Artists.