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At 7:44am on July 2, 2015, clifford edwards said…

Hello Diane, You have such fine and lovely artworks, taking my eyes upon a dreamy landscape of image and imagination...so lovely. cliff

At 6:16pm on June 22, 2015, Stephen Mead said…

http://ebbing-gale.deviantart.com/
How do you like the Deviant Art site?

At 11:51pm on March 4, 2015, Gerald Barnes said…
  1. Diane - I just joined and I was motivated  to do so by your work!  It is just spectacular - the texture, the composition, your palette.   I would love to learn more about your work, your creative process, your inspiration etc.  I noticed in earlier posts you said you did not have a web site - has this changed?
At 11:34am on March 9, 2013, clifford edwards said…

hello and thank you so very much for your kind and warm welcome, i do very much love your exciting collages, full of intrigue and wonder, and joy too! 'they will never learn' is such a lovely puzzle of a story. cliff

At 7:08pm on February 6, 2013, Stephen Mead said…

Your work is deservedly getting many views and great comments:  be proud!

At 5:09am on February 6, 2013, Andy Cairns said…

Hi, some nice impasto - what do you use?  

I was also curious about your transfer technique in "Mist" if you don't mind sharing?

At 8:27am on February 5, 2013, Kanchan Mahon said…

Thank you very much!

At 11:07am on February 1, 2013, Shawn Marie Hardy said…
Thank you Diane. :)
At 6:34am on March 12, 2012, Stephen Mead said…

Incredible evocative blending of images, writing and mediums; like hieroglyphic journals or lost maps slowly unveiled on the walls of Pompeii.

At 11:00am on January 8, 2012, Todd Bartel said…

Thanks for the nice note! Yes, in the case of Abulic Terrain, I did construct everything—although in the Salvage series the basic rule I follow is to use found or discarded works of art as the element to build around Accordingly, I did not make the central painting. (I do use my own discarded work in that series though.) I have lots of boxes and will use them as needed, but I often have to build off them or just start from scratch for certain projects. I do a lot of my own framing and that helps me save on costs.

At 6:42pm on October 26, 2010, Mel Kolstad said…
You're very welcome, Diane! I love your work. All that vintage - HEAVEN! :D
At 8:55am on May 31, 2010, Nikki Soppelsa said…
It took me awhile to find the location of your comment! ...not easy navigation!
Thank you for compliment on "Moonlit Eve".
I've only just started 'playing' with wax and love it! It's the prep/melting that takes time UNLESS you just use the little iron and drip, drip. Once I get started, I don't want to stop...but yes, it's the getting started!
Thx again...love your work!
At 6:48pm on May 15, 2010, Patricia J Finley said…
No, Diane, the white over her face is fabric glued onto a mat that I cut down and painted.
At 10:55pm on April 26, 2010, Janine Nichols said…
water-based oils? I did not know such things were under the sun. i'd like to try some out. what brand do you favor?

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