Diana Randolph’s landscape paintings invite you to connect to the natural world and to become refreshed and renewed. She treasures pristine places which are untouched. Pastels are pure pigment in a stick form with little binder added. Her paintings are created by layering pastel strokes on paper having “tooth” (tiny ridges to grab the pigment. She never uses her finger to blend. Instead, she prefers each pastel stroke to reflect light, making the color appear dazzling.
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