Anais Dassé was born in Bayonne, France in 1988 and lives in Little Rock. She holds a B.A. in Design and a Master’s degree in Scientific/Technical Design from the Estienne School of Art (Paris) and a Master’s degree in IT Project Management from the Sorbonne (Paris). She also holds a diploma in Anatomy and Neuroanatomy from University Paris Diderot. Her first career was as a scientific illustrator and her art reflects her deep interest in representing figures and nature in pseudo-documentary hierarchies and imagined cultural practices. Her work was shown at the 58th Annual Delta Exhibition(2016) and won the Delta Award at the 60th Annual Delta Exhibition (2018) at the Arkansas Arts Center (Museum of Fine Art),Little Rock. Solo exhibitions include Brad Cushman Gallery at University of Arkansas-Little Rock (2019) and Bradbury Art Museum at Arkansas State University, Jonesboro (2020).