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Loving the Square

One of my favourite crops for artwork, whether it’s photographic art or a painting is the square. {Another favourite is a panoramic rectangle — say a 10 x 20 for instance, but that’s a different post.} I’m not sure if it’s the symmetry of a square crop, or if it’s something else that makes the […]

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Horses, Horses, Horses

Welcome! … Ottawa designer Kelly James is featuring my equine artwork over on her blog this week. “Listen” being given away over at Kelly’s blog — go enter!! Since my recent posts are mostly about my recent trip to Hawaii, I thought I would put this one here as a welcome to those who are […]

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Equine Art is Definitely “IN” in 2011

Dare to be distinctive. As I’ve written before, Equine art is definitely one of the hot 2011 trends. But equine art really never goes “out” of style. Here’s an example where some hot designers are utilizing the elegant equine to add to the classy look of theirs or their clients’ homes. This first one is […]

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Alberta Winter

One thing about living in Alberta, the winters may be cold but the sun shines! I received a lovely note in the mail today. Serge Gouraud had contacted me about a year ago wanting to purchase or license one of my photographs. Today he wanted me to see the launch of his new website, complete […]

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Original Photographic Art: Reflections

The top two images were taken at a small lake near Princeton, B.C. The image below was taken at large wilderness lake while driving through Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada. ~ ~ ~ Photographs Never Forget! Diane offers fine art photography in many sizes and shapes, professionally mounted and ready to frame, or have […]

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Photographic Art with a Rural Theme

A few images from earlier this year. Since so many of my recent posts are wildlife or horses, I thought I’d shake it up with a little something different although all three are in a rural theme. I hope you enjoy. For those who are interested in my weekly environment column. Here is a link […]

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