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Donna Webb is an artist whose works are in the permanent collection of The Walker Art Center, The Plains Art Museum, and numerous private collections. She taught art at Normandale Community College for ten years, Spring Hill Waldorf School for seven years, the Center for Wholeness for twenty years, and currently teaches in collaboration with the Edina Art Center, Novalis Institute, and at her studio #302 at The Casket Arts Carriage House through her business, Full Moon Creative Arts.

What thoughts does the Full Moon inspire in you? A unique and poignant or powerful time? A time outside of normal reality? What would Full Moon Creativity be for you?

Find out for yourself by attending a class through Full Moon Creative Arts. Donna’s classes promote balance, wholeness and creative expression, mixing fine arts with art therapy techniques.

During 2020, her classes will include art techniques inspired by Hauschka Therapeutic Painting and Liane Collot d’Herbois work with “Light, Darkness and Color” as well as Beginning Drawing.

She is just finishing up her first ONLINE Beginning Drawing Class, with a new class starting up July 8th.

Donna’s studies of the Hauschka Therapeutic Painting Technique became the cornerstone of her Master’s Thesis on Wholistic Arts, blending art therapy techniques with studio arts.

 

Online Sales

Donna Webb does not currently take online orders. Email or call for purchase information.

Location

Casket Arts Carriage House

1720 Northeast Madison Street
Minneapolis, MN 55413
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Email

donna@donnawebb.com

Phone

Call 612-518-2378

Online

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This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

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