Diana Probst, Cambridge Artist

The Cambridge Art Salon

The Cambridge Art Salon (see links), where I have my studio, opens officially on 14th September. I spent much of today getting covered with paint of a sort I do not normally handle. However, I did get to use my

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The Cambridge Art Salon

The Cambridge Art Salon (see links), where I have my studio, opens officially on 14th September. I spent much of today getting covered with paint of a sort I do not normally handle. However, I did get to use my

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Turtle, day 4

The day’s painting was in some ways frustrating. I had to undo what I had already done, once I had colour-matched it. I need to paint the sea floor before I paint the sea surface, as the turtle is swimming

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Turtle, day 4

The day’s painting was in some ways frustrating. I had to undo what I had already done, once I had colour-matched it. I need to paint the sea floor before I paint the sea surface, as the turtle is swimming

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Prints Available Worldwide

Another way of looking at my art: own some! As of today, http://dianaprobst.deviantart.com/ has several high quality prints that are available in my gallery as originals. These are photographic prints, and match the originals closely in colour. Deviant Art processes

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Prints Available Worldwide

Another way of looking at my art: own some! As of today, http://dianaprobst.deviantart.com/ has several high quality prints that are available in my gallery as originals. These are photographic prints, and match the originals closely in colour. Deviant Art processes

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Sold Item: First print of Mountains

On 18th of June, with the little one with gigantic blue eyes eating cereal from the cupboard and the larger one with clear blue eyes staring at the goggle-box, I showed someone my work. “I like these,” he* said.

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Sold Item: First print of Mountains

On 18th of June, with the little one with gigantic blue eyes eating cereal from the cupboard and the larger one with clear blue eyes staring at the goggle-box, I showed someone my work. “I like these,” he* said.

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Prints available!

The first screen-print I have produced is now available, either as an original print or as a high-definition photographic print.

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Prints available!

The first screen-print I have produced is now available, either as an original print or as a high-definition photographic print.

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Self-Portrait in Oils, days 6 and 7

Day six was a short day, spent mostly in tracing things, after a morning spent zombieing around Cambridge wondering why the stars were so bright and there was only one of them. Anthony, my tutor, had asked how I would

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Self-Portrait in Oils, days 6 and 7

Day six was a short day, spent mostly in tracing things, after a morning spent zombieing around Cambridge wondering why the stars were so bright and there was only one of them. Anthony, my tutor, had asked how I would

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Self-Portrait in Oils, day 5

Friday was another day-long self-portrait, for colours. This one went rather better than the first, because I put in the effort to complete a proper under-painting. I used yellow acrylic, and then a bit of blue, meaning that I had

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Self-Portrait in Oils, day 5

Friday was another day-long self-portrait, for colours. This one went rather better than the first, because I put in the effort to complete a proper under-painting. I used yellow acrylic, and then a bit of blue, meaning that I had

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