Featured Artist: Jennifer Diehl!


Early Bloomer by Jennifer Diehl  24×36″  Oil

Jennifer Diehl. Her paintings are different and evoke a sense of beauty. Early Bloomer is a happy painting, I just love the light and shadows – wow!!


View from Orcas Island by Jennifer Diehl  20×24″  Oil

Another wonderful painting, fabulous trees!! I love the pinkish light that is cast on everything. Gorgeous!

Are you an artist interested in taking workshops? Check out Jennifer’s Workshop info!!

Read more about Jennifer, from her website:

“Jennifer wants to live in a world where travel is instantaneous, time at the easel and with her family are both limitless, and pots and pans dance their own way to the sink and back into the cupboards.

While these things seem to be something she may have to wait to experience, she has wasted no time in the real world. Having known her passion since she could say the word “artist,” her whole life has been spent pushing towards that goal. Her artist parents taught her how to think about art, but sent her to learn the practice of it from her mentor, Henry Stinson. Jennifer studied with him until she was 18, and then her career began with her first show…..a Mother/Daughter debut. Since then, Jennifer has won numerous awards, shows in galleries/exhibitions around the country, and teaches what she knows to students who, like her, are students of art.

Jennifer has taken workshops from many well-known artists and worked hard to learn what they had to give, never wanting to stall in her artistic development. Even with her last painting, she wants to be exploring new ways to convey her thoughts and feelings without words.”

All images via JenniferDiehl.com, used with permission…

Images are not for reproduction, they are property of the artist.

Catch you back here tomorrow!

One thought on “Featured Artist: Jennifer Diehl!

  1. Artist Adri

    I admire the work of Diehl. The way she captures atmospheric conditions in her landscapes is stellar. This shows her superior understanding of color mixing- which is hard to learn at times, especially in relation to applying it to a large painting. She also has a wonderful sense of composition.


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