For over forty years Dr Donna Finch Adams has studied, taught, and created all types of art in all mediums. I earned a Bachelor of Fine Art degree from the University of Texas at Arlington. I received a Master’s of Fine Art degree from Sam Houston University in 1974, and a Doctorate in Higher Education from the University of North Texas in 1983.
During the past twenty years, I have served as an Adjunct Faculty member in a variety of colleges and universities throughout the Dallas and Fort Worth Texas areas. Ten years ago I joined the staff at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Many of my students have gone on to become professional artists, crediting me as central to their success.
I have guest-lectured at various colleges and universities about Color Theory as well as other topics on art.
Dr Donna Finch Adams’ Lecture topics include:
- Color Theory
- Painting Techniques
- Art Critiques
If you are a faculty member at a college or university and would like me to guest-teach at your school, please fill out THIS FORM to start communications.
Dr Donna Finch Adams’ work is displayed in Texas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma, and here on the Internet. I have prints in the permanent collection of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC. Today, I continue to instruct as well as promote Fine Art on radio, television and in Print Media.
If you would like to find out more about my work as an artist, you can download my Curriculum Vitae in PDF form.