www.dianarandolph.com
Artist at Work
Diana Randolph is inspired by her surroundings of Northwest Wisconsin and her travels. Patterns of color and texture are her main focus when painting the landscape with pastels and oils. She was born in Paterson, New Jersey and after receiving a B.A. degree in Art from Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin, she remained in the region. She now resides in Drummond, Wisconsin where she paints and writes in her home studio surrounded by Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. She also learned numerous pastel painting techniques from master pastelist Albert Handell in several of his workshops. Diana also writes poetry, non-fiction and fiction. In 1999 Savage Press published a chapbook of her art and poetry titled In the Heart of the Forest which is now out of print. In 2012 Savage Press published a book of Diana's paintings and poetry titled Beacons of the Earth and Sky. Diana teaches one-day art workshops for adults in her community and at the School of the Arts at Rhinelander in July. Please take a look at her professional page on Facebook: "Once in a Blue Moon Studio - Diana Randolph" and click on "LIKE" to see her postings.
Home:
Drummond, WI
WVA membership status:
Professional
Artform:
painter, poet





Rugged Edge – Houghton Point

10th Annual Blue Moon Art Tour

Rippling Reflections

Diana Randolph


Articles

Diana Randolph
Winter Magic

Diana Randolph
Art responding to a recent proposal to mine iron in the Penokee Range of Northern Wisconsin