Sutter artist to have artwork on display in Hannibal Clinic throughout May, June


Works by Sutter, Ill., artist Renee Donley will be on display in the Hannibal Clinic throughout May and June. | Photo courtesy of Hannibal Art Center

HANNIBAL, Mo. — The May/June Art for the Health of It exhibit at the Hannibal Arts Council’s satellite gallery within the Hannibal Clinic features works by Sutter, Ill., artist Renee Donley.

Donley’s art journey started in fifth grade when she entered an art contest and won. Drawing was her focus in high school and college. Getting married and raising a family after college took up much of Donley’s focus, so it has been her dream come true to focus on art again. Donley credits the pandemic for her picking up the paint brush again while she was homebound.

Donley enjoys watercolors, acrylics and colored pencils. Her subject concentration has been flowers as well as the occasional art commission. Along with her dream of creating art again comes the joy and great pleasure when she sees the face of the new owners of her art.

In a press release, Donley said, “I am truly grateful for this journey and the art opportunities that have come my way.”

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