Creating a bridge between the natural and the modern world using metamorphosis as a catalyst Copyright © Deborah Diana 2015-2016 Design and Hosting: Flicker Light Studio
Deborah Diana

WELCOME

Deborah Diana was born to be an artist. From her early childhood days “painting” the sidewalks and brick walls of her native Philadelphia home, Deborah was encouraged and nurtured by her grandmother to draw and create to her hearts content. Support Deborah with a donation @ https://www.gofundme.com/deborahdiana

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ABOUT 2017

January 7 through February 22 2017

Pioneer Woman

Bodybuilder Strives for

Aesthetic Perfection

I'm an artist. Visual. Creative. And I love

nature. That is who I've always been.

Studying the figure in art school and working as a life model for painters & sculptors, I saw the human body as nature's work of art to be translated by the artist with clay and paint. I was fascinated with the works of high renaissance art and worked for hours drawing the cast model sculptures of Michelangelo, arguably the greatest sculptor who ever lived.
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How to Stop a Murder of Crows (Hint: Throw Them a Giant Party Lancaster, Pennsylvania, has a history with birds. Not only is it the birthplace of Peeps (those deformed-looking marshmallow chicks that rock the shelves every Easter), it’s also unofficially known as the city of crows. Every winter, up to 30,000 American Crows invade Lancaster's treetops, parking lots, and businesses, unleashing a cacophony of caws and sheets of slick, white droppings. Their descent used to spark ire among locals, but these days it kicks off a months-long celebration—purely in honor of the once-defamed birds

WELCOME

Deborah Diana was born to be an artist. From her early childhood days “painting” the sidewalks and brick walls of her native Philadelphia home, Deborah was encouraged and nurtured by her grandmother to draw and create to her hearts content. Support Deborah with a donation @ https://www.gofundme.com/deborahdiana
Creating a bridge between the natural and the modern world using metamorphosis as a catalyst Copyright © Deborah Diana 2015-2016 Design and Hosting: Flicker Light Studio
Deborah Diana

SOMETHING TO CROW ABOUT

2017

January 7 through February 22 2017

Pioneer Woman Bodybuilder

Strives for Aesthetic Perfection

I'm an artist. Visual. Creative. And I love nature. That is who I've always

been.

Studying the figure in art school and working as a life model for painters & sculptors, I saw the human body as nature's work of art to be translated by the artist with clay and paint. I was fascinated with the works of high renaissance art and worked for hours drawing the cast model sculptures of Michelangelo, arguably the greatest sculptor who ever lived.
Press here to read the rest of the article Press here to read the rest of the article
How to Stop a Murder of Crows (Hint: Throw Them a Giant Party Lancaster, Pennsylvania, has a history with birds. Not only is it the birthplace of Peeps (those deformed-looking marshmallow chicks that rock the shelves every Easter), it’s also unofficially known as the city of crows. Every winter, up to 30,000 American Crows invade Lancaster's treetops, parking lots, and businesses, unleashing a cacophony of caws and sheets of slick, white droppings. Their descent used to spark ire among locals, but these days it kicks off a months-long celebration—purely in honor of the once- defamed birds