Welcome to Wallace Studio, home of watercolor artist, Diane Wallace.

Painted in honor of my mentor, Dan Hines

This mostlly self-taught watercolor artist enjoys the beauty of the life that surrounds her and tries to capture that in her loose, wet-into-wet watercolors.  Using a limited palette of Daniel Smith’s watercolor paints, her spontaneity and brush work just sings with her zest.  But she truly believes the best part of painting is the joy of sharing her artwork and connecting with people.  Art provides a bridge to those she would never meet.


4 thoughts on “About

  1. Diane, thank you so much for inviting me to this site. I followed your directions and looked at the “links”. I loved all your insights and totally agree with all you wrote. But I think you missed your calling. YOU should be a writer but then again, you are.

    Hope to see you soon. So glad we met last night. JOY

    1. Thanks Joy – I enjoy writing, (not as much as painting), and this bog allows me to “vent” or just ramble on about how art impacts my life. It was good to see you. Perhaps I’ll see you at my art class soon.

  2. Your Art water colour paintings have left me speechless. They are amazing the theme of Nature,the colours the horses and i have to agree with Joy that you are an excellent writer too, i am glad to be connected to your blog. hope to see more from your side .Keep up the excellent work.

    1. Thank you for your kind words. My paintings come from my soul..I just love to paint. The words – well, I worked at a newspaper for some time as a support person, and think I might have picked some up from osmosis (sp.) I privately teach 3 students from 10 to 13 and have enjoyed your blog and the work your students produce – due to their gret teacher. Great projects. Thanks for taking the time to comment.

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