Donna Carnahan, international photographer from Houston, Texas, specializes in Italian landscape photography. Since 2015, gaining inspiration from her love of Renaissance art in Florence, she has traveled extensively throughout 10+ regions of Italy. She has a passion for travel to remote and little known places where she photographically captures hidden gems of nature. Having studied the Italian language, culture, art and history, she is able to explore and record digitally, the majestic beauty found in landscapes, seascapes, vineyards, cliffs, caves, and architecture in a way that has been described as having a romantic vibe, beautifully composed with a three dimensional effect, and cleverly created to exhibit.

Her work was recently featured in Forbes, an American magazine. irenelevine/2020/11/07/9-unique-ways-to-display-your-travel-photos/

Ms. Carnahan was selected as one of nine artists for LandEscape Art Review, Special Edition and interviewed for her body of work entitled “Mediterranean Summer.”

Collectors of La Donna Foto, include Mr. Giuseppe Risi, owner of Ferrari of Houston. Curated works can be found at Visual Arts Alliance exhibition online, Las Laguna Art Gallery online in California, and in person at The Silo’s Tenant exhibit and Beviamo International wine import/ export in Houston. Ms. Carnahan has been commissioned for images on canvas and aluminum metal.

Selected by curator, Shana Nys Dambort, art critic for LA Weekly, for inclusion in the 37th Juried Visual Arts Alliance Exhibition November, 2020.

Selected by XIII Florence Biennale curatorial board for international exhibition at Fortezza da Basso in Florence, Italy from 23-31 October 2021. Ms. Carnahan has accepted as a Participating Artist.

Selected by FIRA Internacional d’Art de Barcelona, Spain, coming in December, 2021.

Limited edition pieces are created uniquely on canvas, aluminum metal, and metallic fine art paper.

Ms. Carnahan’s work can be seen online at and at her studio, La Donna Foto studio #308, located inside historical building, The Silos of Sawyer Yards, at 1502 Sawyer Street in Houston, Texas, USA.

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