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My site is undergoing changes and will relaunch soon with lots of new artwork and announcements.  In the meantime, all the contact information is up-to-date, so fill free to contact me if you're looking for something in particular or just want to stay in touch!



After working for years as a photographer, I decided to experiment outside the frame.  My acrylic-infused photography is the result. A computer screen, unfortunately, loses the impact of the true nature of my multidimensional, high-gloss artwork. The best explanation I can come up with is as follows:  I photograph a scene (which, of course, is multidimensional by nature), take the resulting flat image, explode it, then put it back together as a multidimensional object.  Then I use my secret sauce to give the finished piece a high-gloss finish that has been compared to polished metal.

It's a little hard to explain -- and unlike anything being produced today. (And yes, a patent is pending on the process, so all my friends can quit worrying about it).

In addition to the pieces you can buy from this site, I also do commission pieces.

To find out more, call me at
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Diane L. Wilson


4th Friday Art Walk


Where: Downtown Ste. Genevieve. All galleries are located in a compact three by three block area.

When: 6-9 p.m., every fourth Friday (February through November)

About the event: In July 2008, a handful of galleries launched the Art Walk in historic downtown Ste Genevieve. Now, on each fourth Friday, galleries located within Ste. Genevieve's downtown quaint National Historic District take part in the event, which boasts over a dozen art spaces.  Other downtown shops, boutiques and restaurants also are open for Art Walk visitors to enjoy.   

As usual, there is no charge to see any of the art where the Art Walk pennants fly. You also can win a piece of art valued at $100 or more by purchasing a tryptich for $5.00. Just get it stamped at six galleries and turn it in for the drawing. If you win, you get to pick from a representative piece of art  in each of the various galleries.