Silicon Valley Open Studios

Connecting artists to art enthusiasts

Artist: Diane Lee Moomey

Studio: Day'sEye Press and Studios

Aquifer
Title: Aquifer
Description:
Media: Watercolor
Size: 18 x 24 x 2
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Contact Diane Lee Moomey

Website: www.dianeleemoomeyart.com

Email: info@dianeleemoomeyart.com

2019  Showings


May 4 - 5 , Site: 12
1300 Fifth Avenue
Belmont, CA 94002


 

wheelchair accessible

May 18 - 19 , Site: 327
La Piazza Building

604 Main Street
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019


 

About Diane Lee Moomey

Diane is a sculptor, watercolorist and collage artist who’s lived and wandered around the US and Canada —she now dips her gardener’s hands in California dirt. She also writes poetry, an experience that both seeds and is seeded by, her visual imagery. Recent work includes a series of vignettes featuring water, grasses and boats. Earlier work has explored the five Elements and their interactions. Forty of her watercolors may be seen in the set of Journey Cards entitled "Paths, Portals, Elements", available through her website.
Diane’s work may be seen in various issues of We’Moon, and on several covers of The Sand Hill Review. She has shown the actual paintings at benefits for the South Coast Artist’s Association, Doctors Without Borders, Coastside Land Trust and at the Coastal Arts League. She has won a First Prize and two Honorable Mentions from the last. To view her artwork, please visit www.dianeleemoomeyart.com and for information about her writing life, https://www.pw.org/content/diane_moomey

“My direct motivation for painting and sculpting is the tactile quality of the materials: the way the watercolors blend into each other on the paper, the way paper allows itself to be cut and folded and pasted, the way clay slips and slides obligingly between the fingers. The subjects for my work are inspired by nature and also by our so-human myths and archetypes, and by the way we paint our dreams and aspirations on the walls of caves!”