Original watercolors, note cards, prints and photos.
Donna began painting in 1996, taking grant writing classes during her tenure with the artist co-operative Timberline Gallery in Oakhurst, CA near Yosemite National Park. Taking classes weekly for 4 years with Brumley Gallery Owner, Joan Brumley, at Bass Lake, CA, led to assisting her in organizing Art Workshop Events for many years, including a Mexico trip.
As often as possible she regularly participates in Professional Art Workshops from renowned artists including Tom Lynch, Rose Edin, Joseph Bohler, Alvaro Castagnet, Lian Quan Zhen, and most recently Eric Wiegardt and Mel Stabin. I am an active and Signature member of the Arizona Watercolor Association (AWA), where I served on the Executive Board for 4 years as Exhibition Director and Treasurer. Art has always played a key role in my personal and professional development. It's amazing to have been in the Chamber of Commerce industry for 18 years, (12 years as a CEO) focusing on Tourism and Economic Development and writing grants for Main Street Re-development and the Arts. Donna served for 3 years as the Finance Director for the Greater Flagstaff Chamber.
“Communities grow where Culture and the Arts are strong”. She served on the Executive Board for the Flagstaff Arts Council. She supports the Williams Alliance for the Arts, and she is a Juried Member and past Executive Board Member of the Arizona Alliance for the Arts (AAA). She is also a member of the Northern Arizona Watercolor Society.
Sept. 2017: TRAVELING KANSAS is a local production from Smoky Hills Public Television that highlights communities, people and attractions across the state. This episode explores the past and present with a spotlight on the restoration of several historic buildings in Norton and the economic development efforts throughout the county.
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NORTON COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR PRESS RELEASE
PRAIRIE LAND ELECTRIC AWARDED $1.1 ML BASE GRANT PRESS RELEASE
SBA ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOANS FOR KANSAS SMALL BUSINESS PRESS RELEASE
NCCF FEBRUARY GRANTS PRESS RELEASE
KELLER LEOPOLD INSURANCE/ASSURANCE PARTNERS MERGER BECOMES IRON INSURANCE PARTNERS PRESS RELEASE
AMERICAN PICKERS TO FILM IN KANSAS! PRESS RELEASE
HUMANITIES KANSAS PRESENTATION EXPLORES KANSAS FOLKTALES NEWS RELEASE
PRESS RELEASE SCHMIDT FOUNDATION PROJECT PATHWAY: OPTIONS
K-STATE RESEARCH AND EXTENSION: Announces Eight 'Communities of Excellence' Across State
HOUSING PRESS RELEASE: Norton City/County Economic Development Announces Fresh. New. Norton County Housing Program