Donna Gordon is both a visual artist and a fiction writer. Her visual art is often driven by the desire to tell a story. She is represented by Galatea Fine Art, SOWA, Boston.
Work is forthcoming in shows at the Danforth Art Museum and the Cambridge Art Association. She was included in recent exhibitions at Fitchburg Art Museum, Bromfield Gallery, Cape Cod Museum of Art, Providence Art Club, Rhode Island Watercolor Society, Union of Maine Visual Artists, Featherstone Gallery.
Her work with Amnesty International and former political prisoners culminated in “Putting Faces on the Unimaginable: Portraits and Interviews with Former Prisoners of Conscience,” exhibited at Harvard’s Fogg Museum. Her debut novel, What Ben Franklin Would Have Told Me, will be released on June 8th, 2022.