Trumpeter and Dragonfly
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Catholic University, Masters of Architecture
Hollins University, Bachelor of Arts (art history)
2010, Reuter-Twining Bronzed - Drawn from Nature, Chocorua, 49 pages (color)
2009, Reuter-Twining Bronzed - Into the Garden, Chocorua, 49 pages (color)
Bennington Center for the Arts, Bennington, Vermont
Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausua, Wisconsin
Western Kentucky University, Bolling Green, Kentucky
2012 & 2014 American Women Artists Annual Exhibition
2010 Society of Animal Artists 50th Annual Exhibition
2006, 2008 Society of Animal Artists Annual Exhibition
2008, 2012-2014 Artists for Conservation, Group Show
2007 -2013 Western Visions, The National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, Wyoming, Group Show
2006,2009, 2014 The National Sculpture Society Annual Awards Exhibition,Group Show
2006- 2014 Bennington Center for the Arts. Art and the Animal Kingdom. Group Show
2004, 2006, 2007, 2013 Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. Birds in Art. Group show.
2002- Scottsdale Artists' School. Best and Brightest Annual Exhibition- First Place/sculpture
2008, The Eleanor D. Wilson Art Museum, Hollins University, Roanoke, Virginia May 30 - August 15 2008
American Institute of Architects
Society of Animal Artists
Artists for Conservation
2010 Virginia Living, Wild Emotion
2005/2006 Elan, Discoveries in Bronze
2005/ Inform Art, Four Sculptros Stretch Their Imaginations.
2006/ Wildlife Art, Sculptor Champions Africa's Wildlife.
2001/ Teton Valley Top to Bottom. Art and Soul
Diana Reuter-Twining, Middleburg, Virginia
The Audubon Gallery, Charleston, S.C.
For a work of art to be successful for me it has to have all three of the following qualities;
it has to be well designed, well crafted and have strong emotional content. Works that move
me seem to tug at something in me. I can go into a museum and see a painting or sculpture or photograph
and if it speaks to me it is almost as if I remember it from somewhere. Often that remembrance is the
emotion that the work elicits. The artist has, through his/her art, captured the yearning to go to that emotion.
In my sculpture Prophet, for example, the coyote is looking upward and it is the reference to something above
him I hoped to ask the viewer to wonder: what is he looking toward? Perhaps it is in the narrative of the work which asks the viewer to participate.