there is beauty in everything,
everything is important, and
I can share my vision of important beautiful things.
Art was a passion of mine since discovering finger painting in first grade where I planned to become a teacher so I could decide what fun art projects we would do all day long. There was never enough art in my education until I entered college as an art major. I received 2 degrees, a B.A. in Communication Arts and a B.A. in Fine Art from Eastern Montana College, now Montana State University.
After marrying a missionary teacher we lived on the Navajo reservation at Immanuel Mission in Arizona. We also lived in Prescott, Arizona where I picked up work as a commissioned artist and worked for interior designers doing decorative painting and murals.
From there, we enjoyed a prolonged vacation on a small island in the Bahamas when my husband, Tim, found a temporary teaching job on Man-O-War Cay for 6 months before moving back to reality. We settled in Michigan to raise our 3 boys. The Michigan climate is not as sunny as Arizona, not as windy as North Dakota, and doesn’t have a big sky like Montana or turquoise water like the Bahamas, but Michigan does have something for everyone. We are glad we stayed in West Michigan to raise our family and establish Anna Donahue Art.
Anna Donahue Art has become a premier art company creating public, corporate and private murals and sculpture. YOUR STYLE, YOUR DESIGN, YOUR SPACE has been my motto since day one because I work side by side with my customers to find creative solutions. My experience working with interior designers and architects has made a good foundation for all of the elements of design from an artist’s perspective. I will never forget that there is beauty in everything, everything is important, and I can share my vision of important beautiful things with the world.
- B.A. in Fine Art
- B.A. in Communication Arts
- Interior Design continuing education
- Selected artist for the Wilcox Estate, Grand Rapids Symphony Design Home
- Installation of bronze sculpture, RAIN, at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital