January 5, 2017
Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist
Dianna Anderson (Born 1955)
Dianna Anderson - Arbor Walk
Dianna Anderson - Tidal Shack
Dianna Anderson - Dories, Perkins Cove
Dianna Anderson - Beach Plum Farm Barns
Dianna Anderson - Island at Damariscotta Lake
Dianna Anderson - Saco Bound
Dianna Anderson - Wendy's View
Dianna Anderson - Western Cove
Dianna Anderson - Misty Blue
Dianna Anderson - The Red Carriage Barn
Dianna Anderson - Sunset Rendezvous
Dianna Anderson - Sailor's Delight
- Image of the Day -
Feature Artist Bio
By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the second of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by contemporary
American landscape painter Dianna Anderson (born 1955 in Boston, Massachusetts).
Dianna earned a degree in Art Education and a Masters in Educational Leadership from the University of Southern Maine. She taught drawing, painting, sculpture, pottery, stained glass, and AP Studio Art to high school students in Maine for over 20 years. Retired from teaching, Dianna devotes all her time to painting, exhibiting and jurying as a professional artist. She primarily paints with oils but also creates watercolors and pastels, enjoying the nuances of each medium. Her subjects range from land and seascapes to still life, wildlife and flowers.
Dianna has studied with many artists including, among others, Stacy Barter, David Curtis, John MacDonald, David Lussier, Carolyn Walton, Dewitt Hardy and Guy Corriero. Dianna has been active in local artist communities including the River Tree Art Association, Kittery Art Association, Designing Women, Maine Women in the Arts, Saco Bay Artists, The Mount Washington Valley Art Association, Center for the Arts Bonita Springs, and Naples Art Association.
Dianna is represented by The Whitney Galleries in Wells, Maine and the Beth Ellis Cove Gallery in Ogunquit, Maine. She exhibits at juried shows as well.
Dianna maintains studios in Kennebunk, Maine and Naples, Florida.
ARTIST'S OFFICIAL BIO https://diannaandersonart.com/about
"Everywhere I look, I see paintings. Each painting offers an opportunity to share my experiences.
Much of the inspiration for my work comes from a desire to visualize the harmony between the relationships of light and color, focusing my creative energy on how their combination can capture a moment."