Donna Gordon is a Cambridge-based painter and printmaker. She’s recently been working on a series of gum arabic transfers from her black and white photographs focused on dual images. She’s also working on a series of figurative monotypes on the subject of “Broken Beauty.” Her work is currently part of the “Changing Tide” exhibit at the Cape Cod Museum of Art and the “Bodies” exhibit at Cambridge Art Association. She has also been included in several shows at the Concord Art Association and Gallery 263. “Putting Faces on the Unimaginable: Portraits and Interviews With Former Prisoners of Conscience,” was exhibited at the Fogg Museum. Her debut novel, What Ben Franklin Would Have Told Me, will be published in 2022.