About Diana Randolph
Birth State: New Jersey
College: received a B.A. degree from Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin
Studied with Master Pastelist Albert Handell
Exhibited paintings nationally in juried and solo exhibits
Signature member of the Pastel Society of America
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.
Whispering Pines Gift and Gallery - Cable, Wisconsin
Art Beat of Hayward - Hayward, Wisconsin - www.artbeatofhayward.com.
On-line Gallery - www.portalwisconsin.org.
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
All Images Copyright © Diana Randolph