Donna Caselden has won acclaim for her work in acrylic and oil and is known for her experimental 2D artwork, which incorporates unusual substances (marble dust, mica, sand) to achieve unusual textures.
Her award winning work has been publicly lauded by various newspapers, television interviews, and publications, including USA Today, and has been displayed in museums, galleries, universities and private collections throughout the country, including the renowned Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in Salem, Massachusetts. She is also part of the Corporate Art Program through the highly regarded DeCordova Sculpture Park & Museum.
Caselden is a member of the National Association of Women Artists (NAWA), Cape Ann’s Experimental Art Group at Rockport Art Association & Museum, Boston’s Fort Points Art Community, among others. The artist is represented by Gallery on Jarves in Sandwich, Massachusetts. She maintains studios in the seaside village of Annisquam in Gloucester, Massachusetts, among the vineyards in Napa Valley, California as well as in the well-known design district of Boston, SOWA.