La Donna Foto brightens blank spaces with international landscape photography
HOUSTON (Feb. 7, 2022) – Donna Carnahan has amassed quite the collection of images that showcases some of the world’s most striking cultural landscapes. Now, the fine art photographer wants to invite others to bask in the beauty of her global adventures – no flight required.
As the owner of La Donna Foto, the native Houstonian captures humanity’s dynamic interaction with the natural environment, documenting sights that she encounters on her extended travels in the states and abroad. Her atmospheric photographs evoke a sense of nostalgia, each frozen moment in time laced with personal memories that resonate with a broad audience.
Much of her work highlights the vibrancy of life in countries like Italy, Switzerland, France, Spain, Monaco and Costa Rica. With such a vast portfolio, Carnahan is excited to provide both residential and commercial clients with the opportunity to transform their blank interior into one of colorful brilliance, while experiencing the majesty of Mother Nature through her lens.
She offers limited-edition prints of all sizes in addition to unique triptych and pentaptych displays, ranging from $350-2,500, which may be custom-ordered
through her website or by private appointment on museum-quality canvas, aluminum metal or metallic paper. Formerly located in the Silos at Sawyer Yards, she now works out of her home studio nestled on a quiet street near Memorial Park, allowing her the freedom to collaborate more closely with her clients in their space. With every purchase in the Greater Houston area, she guarantees free delivery and installation.
“I love creating art, and I love helping people decorate their walls, taking them from vanilla to vibrant,” says Carnahan, who established her landscape photography business nearly four years ago after retiring from a successful career in corporate finance and investment banking. Already, her impressive list of accomplishments includes partnering with wine importer and distributor Beviamo International, exhibiting at the XIII Florence Biennale, and appearing in esteemed publications like Forbes and the LandEscape Art Review, among others.
“Art can bring a positive energy into a space, and especially now with a lot of people working from home, you can’t look at blank walls all day,” she says. “You have to get inspired, and my ultimate goal is to inspire. There’s a whole world out there, and I love sharing it.”
For more information, please visit ladonnafoto.com.