Diane Edwards is a versatile artist who paints using oils, watercolor, and pastels. She has a B.S. and M.A. in Art and Education, and was an Adjunct Professor of Art at Aims Community College in Loveland. Diane has earned the Master Pastelist Signature status in the Pastel Society of Colorado, and her pieces are still displayed in several art galleries throughout Colorado. Recently, she was selected to show a large pastel painting, “The End of Winter” in Senator Michael Bennet’s office in Washington DC. Today, Diane works as a full-time professional artist in her home studio in Fort Collins; teaching art lessons to advanced students.
Having lived on the Great Plains of North Dakota and in the San Luis Valley of Colorado, Diane loves to paint the landscapes and terrain of those areas. Her paintings are filled with the warmth of the flowing rivers, and the rocks and colorful geology of New Mexico, Colorado, and North Dakota. Diane works to share her affinity with landscapes with her viewers, enabling them to enter into the embrace of color and unusual qualities of light in our ever-changing world.