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Open Studio Visits — by appointment only.
For a studio visit to see one-of-a-kind photography, photography on silk, silk art to hang or to wear, yardage please contact me to set an appointment.
DIANE TUCKMAN is an eclectic artist, silk painter, photographer, instructor, business owner, and published author.
As a silk painting pioneer in America, she teaches, paints, and exhibits her own silk paintings, as well as promotes the art form through her educational programs as a photographer, Diane exhibits her photography with hopes to capture the eccentricity of nature and daily life.
Witness the sum of Diane’s artistic experiences, her travels, and pro activity in promoting the art form to the public.
Please join us for a reception for the artist
Meyerhoff Gallery | Gordon Center for Performing Arts
3506 Gwynnbrook Avenue
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Sunday, January 14, 2018 | 2:00-3:00pm
prior to the “Soul to Soul” performance at 3:00pm
Featuring hands on silk painting. You can take a piece of art home with you that you create! firstname.lastname@example.org | iteachsilkart.com
jcc.org Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore
Artomatic 2017— Come visit me at SPACE 3202 on the third floor and paint on silk. If you wish to visit with me, please let me know ahead of time as I will not always be there.
Diane's Booth at a past Artomatic show
January 17 to March 1, 2015
7300 MacArthur Boulevard
Diane Tuckman was born in Egypt, escaped to France in 1948, and came to the United States in 1958. In 1978, Diane launched Ivy Imports to import silk painting products to the U.S. and thereby brought the art form of painting on silk to this country. In addition to co-founding Silk Painters International (SPIN), a non-profit to promote silk art, Diane teaches and exhibits her work. She has co-authored three books about painting on silk with Jan Janas, with a fourth to be published soon. Diane is also a photographer and some of her photographs are printed on silk, showcasing her experimentation with color and texture. She allows the silk to tell her how to transform it: wall art, yardage for fashion, or home décor. The endless possibilities of this art form are on display in this exhibition: different silks, paints, dyes and various techniques.
Group tours of the show conducted upon request.
For more information contact Diane Tuckman at 301-474-7347 or at email@example.com.
For price list visit the Clerk’s office at the Court House, or view it here.
As an extra bonus, scarves hand painted by Betty Hooper Ginn, a New Zealand artist, are on display in the Jury Room, first floor.