Featured Visual Artist

Donna Langhorne is a member of Fishing Lake First Nations and resident of Air Ronge, Saskatchewan.  She has been painting professionally for the past ten years. She is self taught, She is a versatile artist, comfortable in many different forms and genres. Donna has become widely recognized for her paintings in the Woodlands style on subjects addressing contemporary issues facing Indigenous people. Her Seven Visions series, completed in 2017, has been selected for public display nationally by Artists Against Racism. Donna has received grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Saskatchewan Arts Board, and the Saskatchewan Foundation for the Arts. Her current project, Common Truths, will be completed in early 2019. Her art has been featured on CBC, and you can see her artwork on her Facebook Page, Instagram, and Twitter. To reach Donna by email; donnalanghorne @hotmail.com

Donna Langhorne is a member of Fishing Lake First Nations and resident of Air Ronge, Saskatchewan.  She has been painting professionally for the past ten years. She is self taught, She is a versatile artist, comfortable in many different forms and genres. Donna has become widely recognized for her paintings in the Woodlands style on subjects addressing contemporary issues facing Indigenous people. Her Seven Visions series, completed in 2017, has been selected for public display nationally by Artists Against Racism. Donna has received grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Saskatchewan Arts Board, and the Saskatchewan Foundation for the Arts. Her current project, Common Truths, will be completed in early 2019. Her art has been featured on CBC, and you can see her artwork on her Facebook Page, Instagram, and Twitter. To reach Donna by email; donnalanghorne @hotmail.com