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Daisy Trudell-Mills (b. 1998) is a queer, Santee Dakota, Mexican/Euro-American artist from Mora, New Mexico.

Daisy’s work is an exploration of self through recollection of memory, dreams, cultural identity and examination of the child archetype.  Her work has been exhibited throughout New Mexico and the Pacific Northwest. She was awarded the Lorraine Shula Scholarship in 2017, and was a recipient of the National Museum of Women in the Arts Scholarship in 2019. Recently, Daisy received the SURFACE: Emerging Artist of New Mexico Award. She earned her Bachelors degree in Fine Arts from New Mexico Highlands University in 2019. 



Daisy’s work is an exploration of self through recollection of memory, dreams, and the concept of identity. Their recent work examines the child archetype and the trauma brain and studies how these two things intertwine and manifest in the subconscious dream state. Daisy continues to learn and practice in her home state of New Mexico.