Fruit Salad

Completed: 2021

Location: Williamsburg, VA

Medium: oil on panel


30 x 24 x 2  inches

oil on panel, abstract


Williamsburg, VA

Dianna Woolley is a visual artist, living and working in Williamsburg, VA, with one foot still standing tall in Walla Walla, WA, where she is part owner of Combine Art Collective Gallery. She produces abstract work, primarily in oils, imbued with elements she believes speak to her audience promising the feelings of abundance and well being through living with fine art.

Artist Statement

“My work is fueled by artistic curiosity, dedicated studio practice and challenges offered by tutors, peer mentorship and workshop participation. Painting principally in oil on panels, I produce color filled paintings, paintings projecting emotional magnetism to interested eyes – all the while, fretting not over the creative “why?”. Yes, my intent is to lure viewers into hearing the work calling and introducing them to the positive vibration of living with abstract art. I believe my work imbues a sense of abundance and well-being to clients. My artwork lives in private collections across the country with a collaborative piece in its forever home in Lancaster, CA at the MOAH (Lancaster Museum of Art & History).”

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