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Diane Tesler: “Off the Beaten Path”

Art League instructor Diane Tesler has a solo exhibit going on now at the Still Life Gallery in Ellicott City, Maryland. “Off the Beaten Path,” a show of over 25 paintings of the abandoned, the discarded, and other scenes, runs through July 15:

Still Life Gallery
8173 Main Street, Ellicott City, MD 21043
Ph: 410-461-1616

“We are proud to present our premier exhibition, a solo show of over twenty-five paintings by one of America’s best painters in the genre of Contemporary Realism”:

Diane Tesler: Off the Beaten Path
The power of light and the beauty of the discarded have been Diane Tesler’s inspirations since she began painting abandoned cars while living in Hawaii. An instructor at The Art League School in Alexandria, VA, Diane paints the world she sees from her studio in Kewanna, Indiana.
Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Sunday 11:00 am- 6:00 pm

While Diane has moved to Indiana, she’ll still be teaching workshops at The Art League. This summer (August 6–10 and 13–17) she’ll be teaching a travel workshop in Kewanna, Indiana (population 500) where she has her studio.

And watch for Diane’s spectacular painting, pictured below, in our upcoming online auction! The public will have the opportunity to bid on this piece and others by Art League faculty including Danni Dawson, Carol Dupre, Bev Ryan, Lisa Semerad, Robert Liberace, Marsha Staiger, and more to come. You can look at the artwork so far in this Flickr set and learn more about the auction, August 26–28, and the other events in the “30-Something” Summer Series here.

Fallen Angel by Diane Tesler

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