About Diane

Artist’s Statement

Watercolor painting in Vermont and beyond is my passion and I satisfy that passion painting nearly everyday. Enjoy these works from the “Vermont” page. My newest pieces I’ve placed on “New Paintings.” I’ve included several winter scenes as the snow has been falling almost daily here. The variations in light and shadow are so lovely no matter what time of day. This time of year I take lots of digital pictures from which to paint. I’ll get back to plein-air when the weather warms up.

It’s all about the process, not the results. For me, it’s about staying in the moment and I try to do that with every painting.I enjoy learning about color, placement, balance and all the rest while celebrating the happy accidents. This process is what gets me up in the morning and keeps the creative juices flowing all day long.

My paintings are an interpretation of the places I visit and the vistas I capture around my home, garden and beyond.

I earned an art degree from Iowa State University and have taken several watercolor workshops from well-known and not-so-well-known watercolorists over the years. I feel my work is still evolving and I find the journey totally fulfilling.

My art affiliations include the Vermont Watercolor Society (signature member) , the Southern Vermont Arts Center, Valley Arts Foundation and the Weston area artists. My work has been widely exhibited in the state and beyond. My paintings have been purchased by collectors in New England, the Midwest and the far west.

Diane’s Gallery is OPEN May through October at my home (11 Maple Hill Road, Weston; 1 mile north of the village on Route 100). Turn at the red and blue birdhouse and follow the signs.


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