Artworks
Color digital photography, acrylic & ephemera on board
30 x 40 inches
2014
Archival Digital Composite Print
32 x 40 inches
2014
Acrylic & digital photographic collage on Arches Rives BFK
22 x 30 inches
2015
Acrylic on canvas
20 x 36 inches
2015
Cut paper collage
18 x 24 inches
2013
Color Digital Photograph
8 x 10 inches
2014
Acrylic painting on paper
29 x 40 inches
2014
Acrylic on Arches Rives BFK
30 x 44 inches
2014
Digital photographs & acrylic collage on canvas
42 x 72 inches
2015
Acrylic & digital photographic collage on board
30 x 40 inches
2014

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  • This composite photograph of machinery used in road construction is part of a series on the disruption to urban residents and the local landscape in the ongoing reconstruction and revitalization of the city.
  • Donna Weispfenning updated the Artwork Caution
    This work is from a series on the inevitable disruption to city residents as a result of urban renewal, revitalilzation and rebuilding.
  • Donna Weispfenning updated the Artwork Caution
    This work is from a series on the inevitable disruption to urban residents as a result of urban renewal, revitalilzation and rebuilding.
  • updated the Artwork Caution
    This work is from a series on the inevitable disruption to urban residents and familiar patterns as a result of urban renewal, revitalilzation and rebuilding.
  • updated the Artwork Fracking
    This painting is a statement on the disruption to the natural landscape by the use of fracking to extract oil from the earth.
  • updated the Artwork Excavation
    This abstract collage is part of a series on the disruption created by the inevitable revitalization and re/deconstruction on the urban landscape.
  • updated the Artwork Eace
    This work conveys the odd combination of joy, bleakness and loss I felt on  discovering the colorful remains of posters and flyers torn from large bullletin boards lining the interior of the Washington Avenue Bridge over the Mississippi River on a frigid day during the University of Minnesota's winter break. 
  • updated the Artwork Fracking
    This painting is a statement on the disruption to the natural landscape by the use of fracking to extract oil from the earth.