Art Show and Sale Featuring Diane L Robbins

Diane LaVern Robbins (DL Robbins) began painting in 2000 while living in New Mexico. Inspired by the beauty of nature and creative works of others – she is self-taught. Her first competition piece won a grand champion award. Encouragement from family and friends motivated her to begin to sell her work through art shows. At her first show, 25% of her work sold. She has participated in numerous juried shows, art fairs, and gallery exhibits. 

Robbins is an abstract artist seeking to elicit feelings from her works using the energy and movement of color. She generally paints with acrylics on gallery wrapped canvas and canvas boards. Her preferred tools are putty knives regularly used to finish drywall in construction projects. She “borrowed” her first 2” knife from her husband’s tool box. It remains one of her favorites. 

Robbins says, “The future financial value of an original work of art is unknown at the time of purchase. The true value lies in the daily pleasure it gives the viewer. If a work of art enriches your life, enhances your mood, or makes you feel, buy it.”

Robbins comes to the art world with a background in business and non-profit fundraising. She completed her Master’s Degree in Business Administration and is recognized nationally as a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). She and her husband serve as missionaries with the Church of the Nazarene charged with facilitating work in 130 countries. 

 

Art Show and Sale

Join us on Saturday, August 26, 2017 for an Art Show and Sale. 

Register win a free piece of art by award winning artist Diane L Robbins

Diane L Robbins (DL Robbins) began painting in 2000 while living in New Mexico. Inspired by the beauty of nature and creative works of others – she is self-taught. Her first competition piece won a grand champion award. Encouragement from family and friends motivated her to begin to sell her work through art shows. In her first show, 25% of her work sold.

Prices start at $5.00 for original paintings.

To view more of Diane’s work visit her website.

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