Gallery I

You’ve all gotten a chance to see my work here at CHARRON’s CHATTER; today I’d like to share just a sampling of my late sister’s artwork: Diane Caroline Robiscoe. She could work in many mediums, as evidenced below.

Sculpted Clay

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Colored pencils

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Pencil Sketch…Pointillism?

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Acrylic

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Watercolor

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Pastel

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Watercolor

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Sculpted Clay

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Glazed Clay (thrown, etc.)

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Glazed Clay (thrown, etc.)

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Watercolor

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Watercolor

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

The Divine Watercolor

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

I hope you enjoyed these images as much as I do. To see more great artwork by Diane Robiscoe, click: Gallery II
 
 
 

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I bring to you an arrow, whole, Use it, or break it, But if you choose to take it --Know-- With it also, I will go. © Karen Robiscoe @1992

14 Responses to “Gallery I”

  1. I am so sorry that you lost your sister I just can’t imagine losing one of mine. those are pretty weak meaningless words I know. But what a beautifully talented woman she was and your memories along with her art mediums are such a beautiful legacy. Love you soul sister.Huge hugs thro cyberspace (((((())))))) xxxx

  2. She was very talented. Oh, Karen. There are no words. ….

  3. beautiful art from a very talented Family . wonderful for you to share your late Sister’s work THANKYOU .

  4. It always warms the soul to see her work. There is no shortage of talent, in your family.

  5. Oh, Karen, these are incredible! I am so sorry that your sister passed away, my deepest sympathies to you … but what a wonderful legacy her work is! I love the depth of expression, from the boldness and power of the sculpture and that fabulous oil painting – to the delicacy of the watercolors (LOVE the woman reclining!), to the meticulous detail in the ‘Bakery’ pencil drawing … wow, I am impressed with the talent and diversity of medium and expression here! Thank you so much for this personal glimpse inside your late sister, my friend; I would have liked to know her. ~ Julie xoxox

  6. Oh my God…they all are FANTASTIC!!! I am so happy you shared Diana’s art :).The one with a pencil took my breath away…look like black and white photo …. Many ,many compliments !!!!! She did all sort of different things .

  7. Yes, these are all quite extraordinary, I see what you mean now! I don’t think I could possibly pick a favorite, they are all very good in their own way– She had a wide range of styles / expressions of talent! Thank you for sharing these with me! 🙂

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