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 Diana Woods  (1958 - )

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Lived/Active: Nebraska      Known for: abstract painting

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Biography from Kiechel Fine Art:
"As a child living here (Nebraska) with my grandparents, I spent many hours drawing and painting in the garden.  Much of my imagination was fueled by the beauty and mystery surrounding me.

As an experimental artist, I incorporate a variety of materials into my art. Oils, acrylics, screens, fabrics, tar, metals, concrete, glass and stone have all found their way into my paintings at one time or another.  I particularly enjoy experimenting with glazes and textures. Relationships with color, layer, form and line are all at play in my work.  There is a rhythm to my work because I’m interested in the patterns around me in nature.  I really couldn’t label my style and wouldn’t want to.  Basically, every day I’m working out a new and personal direction.

My most profound historical influences have been women who have been brave and true to their art, most notably Beatrice Wood, Georgia O’Keefe, Louise Nevelson and Frida Khalo.  These women, these artists, have inspired me to make the salto mortal, the leap of faith.

Originally a landscape painter, my work became more and more abstract as I grew as an artist.  I started looking at the landscape differently…now I prefer to paint the essence of the land.  It’s pure energy.  Not necessarily the surface of the land, but what lies beneath it: its soul."

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