About Diana Randolph


Birth State: New Jersey

College: received a B.A. degree from Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin

ART:

  • Studied with Master Pastelist Albert Handell

  • Exhibited paintings nationally in juried and solo exhibits

  • Signature member of the Pastel Society of America

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Diana's paintings are in the following Permanent Collections:

  • UW-Madison - Walnut Street Greenhouse - Percent for Art Program

  • UW-Madison - Zoology Department - Percent for Art Program

  • Department of Military Affairs, Camp Douglas, Wisconsin - Percent for Art Program

  • Waukesha Division of Motor Vehicles, Pewaukee, Wisconsin - Percent for Art Program

  • UW - Madison - Trout Lake Station - Center for Limnology, Boulder Junction, Wisconsin - Percent for Art Program

  • Department of Veteran Affairs Maurer Hall Facility, Union Grove, Wisconsin - Percent for Art Program

  • Norvado (formerly Chequamegon Communications and Cheqtel), Cable, Wisconsin

  • University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point - Percent for Art Program

  • Memorial Medical Center, Ashland, Wisconsin

  • Hayward Area Memorial Hospital, Hayward, Wisconsin

  • Washburn Cultural Center, Washburn, Wisconsin.

Pastel images published in numerous publications including:

  • American Artist Magazine

  • Creative Painting with Pastel by Carole Katchen - North Light Books

  • Daniel Smith Artist Materials Catalog; Inspot - The Newsletter from Daniel Smith; and how-to-articles - by Diana Randolph at www.danielsmith.com.

Represented by:

WRITING:

  • Beacons of the Earth and Sky - a book of poetry and paintings inspired by the natural world - to be published in 2012 by Savage Press.

  • Member of Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets

  • Poetry and non-fiction articles have appeared in numerous publications

  • Skits and ten-minute plays have been produced

  • 3rd place in Wisconsin Press Women's 2003 Literary and Visual Arts Contest for a fiction short story

  • In the Heart of the Forest - a chapbook of poetry and paintings published in 1999 by Savage Press - out of print

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