Much of Donna's art career was spent as an Art Director, leading teams of artists in the planning, creation and installation of a series of large-scale public art projects comprising of more than 40 mural sites. All were site-specific; delivered on time and under budget.
Donna is comfortable in collaborative environments that involve various levels of government, as well as local business groups and private collectors.
Donna's classical training made the transition from muralist to sculpting an exhilarating one. She began her new enterprise, "Fine Sculpture," in 2013 and began exhibiting in international competitions in 2015 with her first two pieces being awarded.
Donna has her Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) from the University of Windsor and studied Figure Drawing and Commercial Art at the Center for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan.
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(Found on Highland Street in front of Glecoff’s Family Store.)
From the “Gift of Water” series, Brenna is a 3/4 life-size figure cast in bronze using the time-honoured lost wax method.
Seated with extended toes, as if testing the water, she acts as a romanticized steward of this source of life. Her inspiration came from concerns for the fragility of nature and years of volunteer work spent as a safe-water advocate.