Donna Radcliffe

Donna Radcliffe is an award-winning interdisciplinary artist in the Chicagoland area. For over twenty years her work has been exhibited nationally in the selected cities of New York, Seattle, Houston, Little Rock, Washington, D.C., and Atlanta. She has exhibited extensively in the Chicagoland area including the following selected venues; the Museum of Science and Industry, the DuSable Museum, 33 Collective, South Side Community Art Center, Gallery Guichard, Tallgrass Art Gallery, Union Street Gallery, WomanMade Gallery, the Hyde Park Art Center, the University of Illinois, Illinois Institute of Technology, the Chicago Cultural Center, the Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago, and the Chicago Theological Seminary. Most recently, her work could be seen at the National Museum of Mexican Art, the Ox-Bow Artist Residency and the Sullivan Galleries at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Many of the subjects she chooses, uphold the universal messages of spirit, journey, hope, and home. Being multi-disciplined, she demonstrates form throughout her early illustrative and representational styles all the way to her current abstract and ethereal approach to nature and being.

Her most noted pieces include collections of stylized landscapes, and representational images using her unique expression of mixed media. The techniques she uses in her paintings have been said to add a certain depth and “otherworldliness” to her work. Her work is well represented in private and corporate collections.

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