Dannie Liebergot is a visual artist who lives and works in Fort Worth, Texas. She completed her BFA in photography at the University of North Texas in 2015 studying under Dornith Doherty, Paho Mann, and Pavel Romaniko. Shortly after, she was an artist in residence in Ólafsfjörður, Iceland at Listhús Artspace.

Liebergot has participated in national and international exhibitions, including showings with Listhús Artspace in Iceland and the Holly Johnson Gallery in Dallas. She is one of the four recipients of the 2016 Clare Hart DeGolyer Memorial Fund from the Dallas Museum of Art for her upcoming short film. In 2015, she was awarded first place in the 55th Annual Voertman's Student Art Competition. She is also a recipient of the 2014 CVAD Scholarship for photography at the University of North Texas.

As a multi-disciplinary artist, Liebergot surveys the landscape through minimalist compositions and ambiguous moments. Her experiences in nature result in poetic observations of space, both photographic and painterly. Often, her work functions as a meditation on the duality of senses: the conflicting emotional responses that arise when we interact with our environment.