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Diane Cliff was born in Ontario, Canada in 1949. Having a painting exhibited in the Laguna Beach, California Arts Festival at the age of 12 was an early start in her art passions. Diane is a wide range artist going into spaces and creating a “statement” or “narrative” in an architectural art and interior art design capacity. Developing art for such clients as, Snowbird Iron Blosam Lodge where a 20’ painting was commissioned through a selection committee was completed in 2002. “Cliff Falls” was an example of her design developing skills.

Diane Cliff is a contemporary artist her medium is mainly acrylic on canvas. Her projects have taken her to a wide range of mediums. She has won awards in the Deseret News “Colors of the Land” art show and has been selected by the Springville Museum of Art in 2002; 2003, and 2004. The CEO of Dell Computer project took Diane to Florida to work with the design team on a 62 - art piece project. Diane is also a master in framing breaking the conventional framing boundaries.

Diane started skiing at age 10. Her passion in skiing lead her to Utah in 1972 to teach skiing at Park West. As in skiing miles and miles of snow and in painting miles and miles of canvas Diane has enjoyed the “silk” in the visions, vistas and horizons. Her visuals on canvas depict her love for Utah and her mountain life. Diane’s art statement is: “The well is deep and I love art because it is never ending.”

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2002 - "Kolob Canyon"
Springville Museum of Art
2003 - "Rejuvenation"
Springville Museum of Art
2004 - "River Reeds"
Springville Museum of Art
2004 - "River Reeds"
Springville Museum of Art

 

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