It began with a pottery collection, lovingly gathered near and far over many years. There are porcelain bowls, lacquer boxes, elegant vases and delicate teapots. For Diane White, each vessel came to represent a fond memory or inspiring story.


When White took up oil painting at the Denver Art Students League and Loveland Art Academy, she chose still life as her subject. Painting allowed her to study her collected pieces in a new way. Whether she's capturing the delicate play of shadows across a glazed vase from  an ancient Chinese dynasty or the bright glare on a smooth glass cup that flowers spring from, White dazzles the eye with impeccable details.


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