"CAM’s galleries are triangular. On one of the three walls are four large paintings by Rhonda Donovan. Total destruction and deconstruction of the well-regulated traditional flat canvas surface. 

There are no stretchers, frames or forms of physical support. The paintings are on the wall somehow, draping down to sit on the floor. They are large mixed fabrics that have been torn, cut, folded, sewn, added onto and subtracted. The paint not so much sits on the surface as it impregnates like dye. They could be unruly tapestries."

Creative Pinellas Magazine, May 5, 2020 by Tony Wong Palms