Diane Churchill

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View Image Details Art and poetry books are my constant companions

Art and poetry books are my constant companions

View Image Details The studio has survived fire, April, 2018, and flood, Hurricane Irene, 2011

The studio has survived fire, April, 2018, and flood, Hurricane Irene, 2011

View Image Details The ceiling of hand hewn beams is 36 ft. high in the center

The ceiling of hand hewn beams is 36 ft. high in the center

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Space for trying new techniques and tools

View Image Details Late afternoon light plays with my paintings

Late afternoon light plays with my paintings

View Image Details The building is built with bricks that arrived as ballast on ships in the mid 1800s.

The building is built with bricks that arrived as ballast on ships in the mid 1800s.

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Another view

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My studio at the Garner Arts Center


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Diane Churchill lives in Nyack, NY, a NYAC member in NYACK!, with a studio in West Garnerville in the lower Hudson River Valley. Early training includes a degree in Art History from Wellesley College and an MA in Painting from Hunter, as well as years at the now defunct Brooklyn Museum Art School.

She exhibits mostly in New York City and Rockland County and has had a longtime association with Soho 20 Gallery with many solo and group exhibits . Currently she is exhibiting at the Blue Arts and Cultural Center in Pearl River in a show titled “Color/Coleur.”

Artists’ residencies have taken her to India, Gowry Foundation, Spain, Valparaiso, and France, the Karolyi Foundation, as well as Yaddo and Soaring Gardens in the US.
Travel has provided inspiration for her work as well as every aspect of nature and an ever growing parade of artist favorites.

Now retired, she taught art to children at Fieldston School for many years and raised a family of two daughters who are her pride.

Current work –

  • Gold and silver light
  • Marks relating to alphabets and languages known or made up, ambiguous space, solar and lunar light
  • Materials include gold leaf, metallic paint, glass bead gel, acrylic, pastel, charcoal


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