The first Superfine Art Fair Seattle features Canadian painter, Donna Giraud
Donna Giraud, Vancouver-based artist & entrepreneur
May 12th – 15th (Opening preview 5pm-11pm Thursday May 12th)
The world has opened back up and Vancouver’s favorite abstract painter, Donna Giraud is headed south to share her Pacific North West inspired paintings with Seattle. The Superfine Art Fair will be her first art fair experience in the United States and hopes this will be the start to an ongoing and beautiful relationship with incredible art lovers south of the Canadian border. Set in the intimate venue of Block 41 in Belltown, Donna will be show casing a rare series of small pieces perfect for that odd wall in your home or if you are just starting out your art collection. Inspired completely by her love of the Pacific North West, Donna knows her textural, emotion making and conversation starting artwork will be a perfect fit for any home or office in Seattle. Tickets are selling out fast via Superfine Art Fair’s website.
115 Bell Street, Seattle WA, USA
Julia Lytle (email@example.com, 508-776-8455)
“Travelling is my ultimate inspiration. The surrounding mountains, water and trees of Vancouver have kept my creativity satiated, but now that the borders have opened back up, there is no telling what I will paint.” – Donna Giraud
Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Donna Giraud specializes in large-scale, textural abstract paintings inspired by her love of travel and the surrounding west coast water and mountains. Formally trained as a nurse, Donna discovered art as a vehicle to express messages of optimism & hope through her unique style combining texture and composition. Over the last 22 years, Donna’s work has graced the walls of residential and corporate spaces across North America, and she has collaborated with galleries in New York City and Palm Springs. Currently, Donna lives in her hometown of North Vancouver with her husband Paul & dog Wallis. (Website, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Vancouver Home, Global News, North Shore News)