Donna L Seltzer has lived all over the world until settling in Glen Ellen, California.
She and her husband lived on Bonaire…a small Island off the coast of Venezuela where they owned and operated an art gallery, Bon Tiki, for nine years selling to international tourists.
While on Bonaire, Donna created art for the local Tourist Office for their Eco Tourism posters which has gone out to all the Islands in the Caribbean. And has had paintings printed in Skin Diver Magazine. Also a number of her paintings are hanging in resorts on the Island. They returned to the United States in 1999 opening a Caribbean restaurant, The Hurricane Grille, on Panama City Beach, Florida where she exhibited and sold her art work.
Her work is displayed in homes around the world, as well as here in California, The Chauvet and ART House Gallery in Glen Ellen.
She is a multi–media artist and works with acrylics on canvas or carving wood before applying paint, building furniture out of old wine barrels and recycled items and stain glass.