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.
Donna earned her BFA in Photography and then her 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. Donna is currently working with the Collot methods of “Light Color and Darkness”.
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When I was first introduced to the” Collot” methods of “Light, Color, and Darkness” I resonated with the idea that we, as human beings, are spirit within physical matter. Our unique soul is like the “Color” created where light (consciousness and spirit) meets darkness (physical matter-earth).
As this mixture of heaven and earth we need to attend to both. We can have ideas, dreams, and thoughts, but we need to ground them through art, dance, music and and action to make them physical. It is not always the product, but the process of doing that helps to manifest our spirit.
Wholistic Arts Classes are intended to help balance the “head, hands, and heart”.
In 1981, as my mother was dying, she said to my sister and I that she would send kisses every full moon. That led to the naming of my first business Full Moon Photography , which was later followed by Full Moon Creative Arts and Full Moon Facilitation