Diana Hrabosky Art Collections
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Artwork by Diana Hrabosky
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Standing the Test of Time by Diana Hrabosky
Kokopelli Harmony by Diana Hrabosky
Florals and Pearls by Diana Hrabosky
Cliff Dwellings of Old by Diana Hrabosky
Cottage Flower Garden by Diana Hrabosky
Crane Flower Paradise by Diana Hrabosky
Little Lucy by Diana Hrabosky
Lizzie's Victor by Diana Hrabosky
Wildwood One by Diana Hrabosky
Squigglies and Stripes by Diana Hrabosky
Zebra's Fantasy D3 Dance by Diana Hrabosky
Crane Flower Paradise D1 by Diana Hrabosky
Firenze by Diana Hrabosky
Wild Flowers by Diana Hrabosky
Speleology's Secrets by Diana Hrabosky
Woodsy Delight by Diana Hrabosky
Done Diggin by Diana Hrabosky
Earth Green by Diana Hrabosky
Funscape by Diana Hrabosky
Galaxy Imagined D3 Dance Life by Diana Hrabosky
Dots D1 Please by Diana Hrabosky
Fiery Orange by Diana Hrabosky
Pointe in Purple by Diana Hrabosky
Resting by Diana Hrabosky
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About Diana Hrabosky
I'm a self-taught artist who is most grateful to those gifted individuals who elected to share their knowledge and talents by writing books on colored pencil, acrylic, and abstract technique and related subjects. I was inspired by an artist whose name I wish I knew. I was drawn to her work at an art show in Chantilly, VA but couldn't identify the medium. When I learned it was colored pencil I wanted to try it myself. I don't have an art background, nor did I doodle or draw much as a child. I went through a lot of coloring books though!
The wonderful translucent quality of artist-grade pencils allows for the layering of color, producing some lovely effects. For me, creating each piece is mesmerizing, and I get totally pulled into the process. As you can imagine, a tiny pencil point makes production very labor-intensive. There is so much to learn in the colored pencil world alone, that I will be very content experimenting with pencils for quite some time.
The challenge of reproducing realistic images fascinates me and I will continue to develop my skills in that style. However, I've found that I'm drawn to certain types of abstract work and have recently added acrylic canvas painting to my repertoire. I hope you like the abstracts that I've created so far.
I always look forward to each new piece and enjoy selecting varied subjects. I suspect I'll continue to be eclectic in my choices which should bring me delight with every pencil or paint stroke. I'm excited about my foray into the art world and hope you will stay with me as my journey progresses.
Click on the pictures to see the variety of formats available for prints of my artwork. You will also find information on purchasing original pieces. Besides buying something for yourself, perhaps one of the images will make a perfect gift!
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