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Diane's long career has been as eclectic as
her art. She was an eighth-grade math and
science teacher, electronic draftsperson,
reporter, technical editor and corporate
trainer. But, always, art was present in one
form or another.
Her latest artistic endeavor involves
transforming discarded, reclaimed and
collectable objects into something entirely new
and beautiful. The inspiration for her
kaleidoscopes, reminiscent of old Victorian
Parlor Scopes, started with a discarded brass
lamp she found in a salvage yard in
Much of the metal and glass in her recycled creations comes from flea markets, garage sales, thrift shops
and E-bay finds. She uses everything from curtain rods and broken jewelry to vintage glassware in her
scopes. For more information on Diane's work, e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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