Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Dianna Shandorf
















Name: Dianna Shandorf
URL: http://shandorf.fineartstudioonline.com/
Bio: Dianna Shandorf received degrees in Studio Art and Art Education from the University of Minnesota in 1976, and taught K-12 art for 27 years in St. Paul, Minnesota. Her main interest during this time was in ceramics, but she also studied drawing, printmaking, paper and fiber arts. Since 2004 she has been painting landscapes, still life and floral compositions using soft pastels. She is an active member of the Lake Country Pastel Society in Minnesota and the Boca Grande Art Alliance in Florida, where she has recently been admitted as an Artist Member. She has taken pastel workshops with Marc Hanson and Richard McKinley.
Media: Pastel.
Subjects: Landscapes, Still Life, Floral.
Style: Representational.
Navigation: Another FineArtStudioOnLine website, with all its usual features. You cannot navigate directly back to a gallery page, not even the one you started from, once you click on an image. You have to go back to Works and start over.
Gallery:Works: In the garden; On the coast; Inland; Still Life.
Image View: Each thumbnail in a gallery may be enlarged; the enlargements may be viewed serially using the forward and back arrows; or the image may be further enlarged in a pop-up window, from which it can be saved. Coneflowers is 6x24 ins, 550x379, 232 KB.
Demo: No.
Blog/Ebay/Flickr/: No.

2 comments:

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  2. As the FineArtStudioOnlin template seems to be the single most-used web design for the artists featured to date, I am very happy that the design continues to be improved and updated. I am sure that users (who are after all rtists and not web specialists) and user will benefit from the updates.

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