A sensitive, creative introvert provides the highest form of hope in her art. Meet Dianne Bowell, a full-time professional artist based in the North East of England fueled by personal memories, dreams fantasies, and even traumas. Her best work expressed through “happy accidents” reveals a free flow of artistry labelled as usable, repeatable techniques, drips, spills, and layers.
Enriched with formal education, Dianne holds a Masters Degree in Fine Art from the University of Sunderland, a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts, Painting and Drawing from the University of Huddersfield, and a Foundation Diploma in Art and Design from The Northern School of Art in her hometown of Middlesbrough. These milestones gained nationally and local exhibitions including solo exhibitions, group shows, both commercial and gallery settings as well as commercial and private commissions.
It was the painting by Gerhard Richter, “Woman Descending a Staircase,” when she was 20 that cemented her passion which was painting. “I firmly believe that each painting is an idea waiting to be created and each piece forms a connection to the energy that creates worlds,” exclaims Dianne. “The viewer and ultimately the collector are able to connect to the universe through the work.”
With 13 solo exhibitions and more than twenty-five group exhibitions, the expressive artistry of Dianne Bowell is not over.