Donna Seager was an educator over 40 years, working as a school counselor with students Kindergarten through College age.  She moved to Fairview in 2008 and resides with her husband, Phil Seager.  Phil works for NSSD as a computer tech.  They have 9 children, 34 grandchildren and 11 greatgrandchildren.                                                                        
After retiring, Donna began a new career as an artist, painting mostly in oils, but has completed some works in acrylic and watercolor. She studied with Terry Willis of Price and Helper. She has also been fortunate to be mentored by John Dalton of Skyline Mt. Resort and by Clark Bronson, wildlife watercolorist and sculptor of Fairview as well as by Sandra Johnson and Wendy Hacking of Mt. Pleasant.
Donna enjoys capturing the beauty of nature that has been provided us as inhabitants of the earth.  Floral settings and individual florals are some of her favorite subjects along with western landscapes, landmarks and scenes. She likes to focus on landscapes and historical sites in beautiful Utah and the Southwest.  Because of her background in Human Services, Donna also tries to incorporate the emotions of respect, compassion and humor into her artwork.  From her early years of traveling to Southeastern Utah and other places in the Southwest, she has been drawn to the red sandstone edifices and spires of Canyonlands, San Rafael, Grand County, Castle Country and Monument Valley.  For many years she has wanted to put to canvas these images.  She says, “It is a great feeling to capture in some small way God’s great handiwork.”