Diane DiGiacopo-Robinson as a creative fine artist using humour and colour. Her works are an eclectic mix of colourful acrylic paintings featuring florals, water scenes, favored actors and still life.
Diana Di Giacopo-Robinson is a resident of Alliston, a member of the South Simcoe Arts Council and a York U Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours graduate. She is a realistic artist who primarily works in acrylics, and also enjoys oils, graphite and sculpture.
Her earliest and strongest memories are of her desire to create- to draw, paint, and sculpt. With her ancestral roots engrained from a very young age, she continues to be influenced by the art and architecture of Italy and her family.
With a soft spot for childhood memories and connecting personally to her work, her paintings represent the little treasures that life gives us. Elevating subjects and giving them a special place in our consciousness, offering a chance to check in, to slow down and to quiet the noise of life. In her process she often relies on her creative intuition and likes to present an evocative stillness, impacted with the use of strong, vivid colours. She hopes to project a sense of felicity, even if the message behind it may not necessarily be cheerful. Her intention is to overcome an often tense subject matter with a sense of happiness and peace in her final work.
Arts in Our Community is a South Simcoe Arts Council program that partners with community businesses to provide local artwork for our public spaces. All artwork shown in Arts in Our Community exhibits is by local artists who are members of the South Simcoe Arts Council.
Unit 208- 27 Victoria St. East
Alliston, ON, L9R 1T3