"Bleeding Heart" - 48"x111 1/2", acrylics on canvas.
Painting professionally since 2003, self-taught artist, Diane Clement continually pushes the envelope of painting by mixing all types of paint and liquids (wine, beer, alcohol, polyurethane, fire, etc.) and her use of experimental and unconventional materials and techniques epitomizes her expression of personal artistic freedom.. Her work has been described as “Freedom Made Visible”.
Her abstract work reflects her rebellious counter culture spirit. Not to be confused with Pollock or others; Diane has always been an abstract-expressionist painter… pretty much since the age of two. She continues to build an arsenal of techniques and a wealth of knowledge as the natural evolution from her experience continues to generate art for the Soul...not the Sofa.
What Others Say About Diane’s Art:
“ It’s beautiful. It`s exciting and dynamic. It has power. It`s compelling and moving”
Solo & Featured Artist Exhibitions:
2017 Artemis Gallery & Anne's Visual Art Studio, Richmond, VA
2016 Cultural Art Center at Glen Allen, VA
2015 & 2016 Artemis Gallery & Anne’s Visual Art Studio
2015 The Ward Center for Contemporary Art & Walton Gallery
2014 Rocketts Studios & Galleries
2013 Represented by Gallery Flux & artspace - group exhibitions
2012 Art Sante Fe (Aprique Gallery) & art Expo New York;
2011 Visual Art Studio, Richmond, VA
2009 & 2010 Many assorted private shows and sales
2008 March - Crossroads Art Center, Richmond, VA
2007 Feb.,June, Sept. - Art Works Studios & Galleries, Richmond, VA
2007 March - Crossroads Art Center, Richmond, VA
2006 & 2007 Jan. - 12 12 Gallery, Richmond, VA
2005 Five Exhibitions:
Beatnik Gallery, Petersburg, VA - Corporate Museum & Frame, Richmond, VA -
March, May - Artemis Gallery, Richmond, VA
Petersburg Regional Art Center, Petersburg, VA - 2004 Beatnik Gallery, Petersburg, VA
MRAA Exhibition - James Center & Richmond Public Library
The Symphony Designer House, Richmond, VA 2004 & 2014
9th Annual National Juried Exhibition, Montpelier, VA 2006
Diane supports her community by donating paintings to numerous nonprofits including The Virginia Museum of fine Arts, Keep Virginia Beautiful, Cure for Cancer, Quill Theater , Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens, ALS, and many more.