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Donna Lewis

Donna Lewis Donna is an honored metal clay artist and educator living in Scottsdale. She opened her first package of PMC in 2004, instantly becoming smitten. As she assisted students with their projects, she realized that helping others succeed was a most gratifying experience. Donna offers classes, workshops, and private lessons in the Phoenix area. She is now traveling to hold workshops including the Sonoma Glass Art & Bead Festival, Manning House, Bead&Button Show, ART Unraveled and Adorn Me!.

Two of Donna’s pieces were finalists in the 2007 and 2008 Saul Bell Design Award competition. She was also a finalist in Celebrating Beads, the Journey of Design Competition at the Bead Museum in Washington, D.C. Her piece “Through the Heart” was on display in the anti-war medal show at the Shaw Gallery in Maine and the Cultural Messages, Symbolism Through the Ages exhibition at Purdue University. “Tiniwrap”, a bronze clay piece, was in Art of the Martini at Zaruba and Zaruba Gallery in Maryland.

Donna’s work has been published in “Exceptional Works in Metal Clay and Glass,” "Making Beads with Metal Clay" and "30 Minute Earrings." Her piece “Queen’s Ransom” was the cover of the 2008 Art and Design of Metal Clay Calendar by Holly Gage.

LiL BeLLA metal clay humidifier is Donna’s invention. The early version was featured in Ce Ce Wire’s book, "New Directions in Metal Clay" by Lark Books. The LiL BeLLA has been sold worldwide.

“Teaching art is like crawling through others’ imaginations.” - Donna Lewis

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