Diane Culhane is a professional artist, writer, and art educator who lives West Seattle in her 1910 home. She works out of her studio in Ballard, Building C.
She received her BFA from the University of Utah and Master's Degree from Seattle University.
Diane has taught for The Bellevue School District, Seattle Pacific University, Kirkland Arts Center, Bellevue Arts Museum and currently directs and owns Kelsey Creek Fine Art Camp, 'Go Go with Van Gogh,' for children in the summer.
I'm a seer.
I'm a visual story-teller.
On the canvas, color and form begin as visual dialogue... a conversation. Images develop from layers of acrylic glaze that build from bottom to top as I intertwine drawing and painting in the composition which creates story making and short vignettes from a world I know and experience. A world I know well where the secret places reveal themselves to me as a whisper, a knowing, a longing, or a prayer.