Donna McGee holds a Bachelor of Science in Art Education from Mississippi State University, a Masters in Counseling from Mississippi State University and Master of Fine Arts in Studio: Painting and Drawing from Louisiana Tech University.
Growing up on a small family farm in Mississippi, McGee developed a love for the natural world at a young age. Her work is influenced by interaction with nature as well as an interest in psychological and spiritual development. McGee’s work has been a way to explore her personal psychological development as well as means of communicating visually with others.
In addition to solo exhibitions, McGee’s works have been included in numerous regional and national juried exhibitions including the Taos Watercolor Society’s Annual Exhibition of American Watercolor, Taos, NM; the Mississippi Watercolor Society’s Grand National Exhibition, Jackson, MS; the Society of Watercolor Artists Annual Juried National & International Exhibitions, in Ft. Worth, TX; the Masur Museum’s International Juried Exhibition in Monroe, LA; Louisiana Watercolor Society’s Annual International Juried Exhibition, New Orleans, LA and the Hilton Head Biennial Juried Exhibition, SC. She is a signature member of the Louisiana Watercolor Society and the Mississippi Watercolor Society.
McGee has taught art at the university level for more than 25 years and served as Head of the Department of Art at Grambling State University for 8 years. She is a member of various regional and national art associations and societies. She may be contacted via e-mail: [email protected]