Gallery II

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

Watercolor

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Clay work

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Pencil Sketch

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Glazed Clay

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Watercolor

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Sculpted Clay

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Acrylic

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Sculpted Clay

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Markers

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Tin

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Colored pencils

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Detail Clay Work

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Watercolor

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Detail Clay Work

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Watercolor

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Watercolor

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

Watercolor

Diane Robiscoe

Diane Robiscoe

I had trouble finding some of the original discs, so unfortunately lost some vital DPI when re-sizing some images, blurring the finer points, although a few are re-sized at proper DPI. Once I retrieve these discs, I’ll feature additional Gallery posts. Have an inspired day. To view the flagship Gallery post, please click: Gallery I
 
 
 

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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

20 Responses to “Gallery II”

  1. Charron, your sister’s artwork is stunning. Clearly, talent and creativity run in the family!

    • and Dad was a musician! (in his spare time from physics) He played classical piano like nobody’s business. I am/was blessed in lots of ways. Thanks for saying, Anka. I want to show everybuddy Diane’s awesome talent.

  2. She Did Incredible Work A Fantastic Artist. This is A Great Memory To Her, Jerry.

    • …you should read the much fictionalized book! Check out my home page…if you like. Spirited Remix was just recently signed for publication, too, so….

      thank you for commenting, Gerald–and thank you for coming by.

  3. Hi Karen, Artists are often complicated creatures and it’s clear that creativity runs in the family. Her work is very beautiful and it’s very lovely that we get to share it. P.S When’s the book coming out so I can buy it?

    • just dropped a note to my pub lady today…I will let everyone (and sundry) know just as soon as I do.

      Thank you for the nice compliment on Diane’s work. Such beauty should not go unremarked. 🙂

  4. Thank you Karen for posting you sisters artwork. I love it and am moved by it. I have a lot of artists in my family. I feel her now. Thanks again. 🙂

    • Thanks for saying, Meg–and thanks especially for coming to look. Yes, a person’s artwork says a lot about them. She was very talented…but very lost, too. I feel closer to you–knowing yours is also an artistic family. Only artists get it. 🙂

  5. Thank you for sharing this wonderful example of talent and spirit, Charron. The world clearly lost something special without your sister in it.
    Russ

    • Thanks for the wonderful compliment on Diane’s behalf. If she had only had enough confidence, she coulda’ took the world by storm…instead of the other way around. God Bless, Russ.

  6. i never met Diane but i miss her. god bless her. hope im good enough to meet her in the next life. jay

  7. world class artwork. a heart-warming and lasting tribute to a truly gifted artist

    • maybe she can be posthumously famous…or at least recognized for her gift. I got to thinking about that this afternoon–how I sometimes do about Jimi, Janis, and Jim and Amy…what kind of art she would have made / be making / make in the future? Just as we’ll never know those songs–we’ll never see through those eyes. Sad in so may ways. She left a bigger gap than most–in the continuum of humanity.

  8. melanietoulouse April 27, 2013 at 5:46 pm

    amazing… stunning… Glad I’ve come across your wonderful blog.
    My very best and have a serene weekend! Respectful regards, Mélanie

  9. So sad to hear (9 years later) that Diane has passed away. I knew her in high school, in Bozeman, as my friend Rich’s (beautiful) sister. I never knew until now what an amazing artist she was. But now I do!

    • Hi Ken,

      Thank you for saying, and an especial pleasure to encounter a friend of Diane’s. This is just the tip of a Titanic-sized iceberg, in terms of her range and body of work–so please do come back. I post Gallery collections intermittently. We can friend on fb if you like…:)

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