Diane Salamon has exhibited extensively throughout the United States in many juried and invitational exhibits.    Her work is included in several collections including the Official State Art Collection of Oklahoma.   Diane is included in the registry of the National Museum of Women in the Arts and is a member of the National Association of Women in the Arts.   She has been awarded signature status in the Oklahoma Watercolor Society and the Southwest Watercolor Society. 

Diane’s work is about bringing balance, beauty and hope to our chaotic and unorganized world.   She utilizes her love of music and writing to energize her work.    Each painting consists of layers of color, patterns, shapes and written thoughts or prayers which result in a musical quality within the composition.    

Because of the various layers, messages and symbols utilized in the paintings, a single viewing of the work rarely occurs.  Diane’s  paintings are a visual journey with musical undertones, and each viewing will reveal something not seen before.

                                                           “Blue Moon”, 48” x 60”