Donna Lomangino is an internationally-recognized artist and designer whose varied body of work uses seemingly representational imagery to convey the abstractions of isolation and alienation. Paintings that at first appear to be seascapes or still life interiors are rather portraits of emptiness and silent disconnect. And portraits of disarmingly unfamiliar faces are rather “scapes” of the space between observer and observed, as subjects peer out from within their own far-removed reality.
Whether executed in acrylics or oils, on board or on canvas, Lomangino’s paintings transform accessible, identifiable forms into unexpected studies of existence.
Lomangino’s work has been exhibited in California, Massachusetts, Miami, New York, New Jersey and the Mid-Atlantic region, including the Washington DC, area where she first established her career. Her work is included in national and international private collections.