Donna Berger

Art has always been a driving force in my life, whether it’s creating for myself, work, for print or publishing clients or fine art commission. My favorite subjects are people, pets, nature, and historical themes, which I paint in an expressive realistic style. Fortunately, I have a knack for capturing likenesses, a great skill for portraits. Besides using traditional media - acrylics, oil, watercolor, pencils and ink, I create digital art using creative software and a digitizing tablet and pen.

Over the years, my work has been displayed in solo and juried shows at various museum and gallery locations including the American Labor Museum (Haledon, NJ), Massachusetts Audubon Society (Moose Hill, Sharon, MA), Museum of Art and Culture (Woonsocket, RI), Rockport Art Association, the American Textile and History Museum, The Arts League of Lowell, The Brush Art Gallery and Studios, The Danforth Museum of Art, The Fitchburg Museum of Art, and the Whistler House Museum of Art.

You can watch her interview on Dracut Access TV here.

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