Donna Hamil Talman has had solo exhibitions at Kayafas Gallery and The Copley Society in Boston, Soho Photo Gallery in New York, Schneider Gallery in Chicago, galleries in Seattle and Houston, and several university galleries.
Hamil Talman’s portfolio is published in La Fotografia in Barcelona and her images are included in the best selling The Book of Alternative Photo Processes (Christopher James), Creative Vision (Jeremy Webb) and Photographic Possibilities (Robert Hirsch). Her art is in collections at Meditech, Belle Sante Spa and private collectors. She has done residences at the Vermont Studio Center and the Hungarian Center near Budapest and has received numerous grants including the Kinnicutt Award from the Worcester Art Museum, three Massachusetts Cultural Commissions grants, and the Visual Arts Sea Grant from the University of Rhode Island.
Hamil Talman received a Masters degree from Clark University and teaches at Anna Maria College. She grew up on a cattle ranch in Colorado but has relished and lived in New England for many years.