About The Artist

Donna L. Hanna

Donna Hanna specializes in digital composites. She creates award-winning compositions by grouping, manipulating, styling and texturizing digital images to create customized art, often in commemoration of special occasions, client interests or memories. Donna developed her unique style and passion for digital art while attending the Kansas City Art Institute from 2008 to 2010. She also oil paints and creates handmade jewelry. Many of her digital work and paintings can be viewed/purchased at Saint Luke’s East Hospital in Lee’s Summit, MO and other venues in the Kansas City, MO area.

Donna is a member of Summit Art where she serves on the Jury Committee and as the Unity Village Gallery Coordinator.

Shows and Awards

Awards (2012 – 2019)

Second Place, Raytown Artists’ Assn, Raytown, MO for Jewelry, Aug 2019

First Place, Raytown Artists’ Assn, Raytown, MO for “Beauty Beneath the Sea”, Aug 2014

Third Place, Raytown Artists’ Assn, Raytown, MO for “Liberty”, Aug 2013

Honorable Mention, Raytown Artists’ Assn, Raytown, MO for “Reflections”, Aug 2013

First Place (People’s Choice Award), Buttonwood Art Space, Kansas City, MO for “The Trolley”, Sep 2012

Juried and Non-Juried Exhibits (2012-2022)


Elliott Place, Raytown, MO, May 2016 GOT Art Gallery, Lee’s Summit, MO, Jan 2016

Blue Springs Art League Fine Art Show, Blue Springs, MO, Mar 2015

Student Art Show, GOT Art Gallery, Lee’s Summit, MO, Jan 2015

“Celebrate Summit Art”, GOT Art Gallery, Lee’s Summit, MO, Jan-Feb 2015

St. Luke’s Health System, East, Lee’s Summit, MO, permanent display

“Splash”, GOT Art Gallery, Lee’s Summit, MO, Apr 25 – May 17, 2014

“The End of the World As We Know It”, Buttonwood Art Space, Kansas City, MO, Dec 3, 2012 – Jan 25, 2013

“Kansas City Seen”, Buttonwood Art Space, Kansas City, MO, Aug 3 – Sep 28, 2012

Various Raytown, MO area businesses to include: U.S. Bank, Raytown Chamber of Commerce, Raytown City Hall, and others, 2014-2019

Press
(2012)

Staff Writer, “First Friday Show Portrays Kansas As Seen By Its Artists”, featuring “The Trolley”, Midtown KC Post, Sept 6, 2012