Original oil paintings, archival prints, and heirloom memory collages of Julie Diehl are now on display at Strandz and Threadz, 322 Vincennes Street, New Albany, Indiana, 812-945-5480. The show will continue through January 31, 2008, with all pieces available for sale.
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A special Meet the Artist Reception will be held from 2-4 p.m., Saturday, January 19th.
“We are excited to introduce Julie’s art to the community”, said Stephanie Griffith, owner of Strandz and Threadz. “She has a unique style that is slightly impressionistic but more graphic with a strong sense of color and loose brush strokes.”
Her father, David F. Diehl, past president of Hulefeld & Associates, influenced Diehl’s love of painting and graphic design. “My Dad was a well known illustrator and graphic designer in <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />
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After attending the Art Academy of Cincinnati, Diehl studied painting from Roland Huston, the protege of Paul Chidlaw, a nationally know painter. Currently in
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