Brooklyn-based artist Madeline Donahue, known for her work that explores motherhood and the overwhelming absurdity, intimacy, and joy of caring for another person, also makes ceramic art that borrows from motifs in her paintings and draws from her everyday experiences.
Madeline Donahue is from Houston, Texas and lives in Brooklyn, New York. She has had exhibitions at Praise Shadows, Boston; Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects, Public Swim Gallery, The Every Woman Biennial, and Field Projects, all New York; Paradise Palase, Underdonk, and Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, Brooklyn; and TJ Boulting Gallery, London. Her work has been reviewed by the Guardian, Hyperallegic, and Elephant Magazine, where she contributes drawings for the quarterly printed column, Post Partum Document. Donahue’s work was recently acquired by the MFA Boston for its permanent collection.