Artist Donna Caselden is a well-known talent across the spectrum of visual design. An award winning experimental artist and clothing designer, Caselden also works one-on-one with clients on interior design and home décor projects.
Caselden works from her studio in the seaside village of Annisquam, Massachusetts. Her works are showcased in museums and galleries throughout New England, New York City and the San Francisco Bay Area, including the highly regarded Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in Salem, Massachusetts. One of Donna Caselden’s designs received the Certificate of Excellence by ManneqArt, for wearable art and design. The award-winning dress was displayed in Washington, DC and was recently featured in the PEM as part of the World of Wearable Art (WOW) exhibit.
As a painter, Donna Caselden has won acclaim for her work with acrylic, watercolor and oil paint. She is known for her experimental 2D artwork, incorporating unusual substances like marble dust, sand, coffee grounds, or wood shavings to achieve unique texture and effects.
Donna Caselden is a member of Cape Ann’s Experimental Art Group at Rockport Art Association, Society for Encouragement of Arts (seARTS), the Rocky Neck Art Colony, and the National Association of Women Artists (NAWA.)
She is available for workshops and presentations to share her experience and expertise in the creative design process.