An Interview with Abstract Artist Diane Morrison

Truly original, eye-catching and awash with vibrant colours. Diane Morrison’s abstract artwork captures the imagination of the viewer. An explosion on the senses, or an elegant and smooth trip, running through your mind.

Diane uses pastels, to create giant swirls of colour, shapes, patterns and even people to create surreal, absorbing art that is distinctive and dream like.

Her contemporary painting entitled, ‘The Trip‘, embodies these qualities and in contrast, ‘Ethical Distrust‘ conjures up nostalgic feelings within. (I will link to the images)


You can buy Diane’s artwork at https://diane-morrison.pixels.com/

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And on Twitter


Please talk a bit about where you grew up and where you live now…


I grew up in Los Angeles, California. And now, I reside in Williamsburg, Virginia.


How did you discover art?

Art is intrinsic to my authentic self.

Why abstract art?


Abstract art can illustrate inner worlds.

Where does your inspiration come from?


My soul. Life experiences.

What themes do you have in mind when creating your works and what research do you do (if any)?


The works, titled “The Black Mood Collection”, are based on life events I was going through at the time. Some of the events are past, some are future, some are concurrent, some bring closure.


Whose work do you admire and why?


I admire the work of many genres but the work of the Impressionists is among my favorites because of the vivid, lively color, light and movement.

What do you enjoy most about creating art and what do you dislike (if anything)

Love the expression.


What marketing do you undertake?


There’s strength in numbers. I promote my artwork online with social media.

As a professional artist, where would you like to be in five years time?


I’d love to have distinct additional collections to add to this “Black Mood Collection.”

Diane Morrison


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