Diana Stelin is a mid-career landscape artist, published author and Best of Boston arts educator as recognized by Boston Magazine and CBS Boston. Her pieces are impressionist conversations between reality and abstraction. She travels extensively to create plein-air watercolor renderings that she then translates into custom sized oil and wax paintings. Both private and corporate clients find her works grounding and re-energizing, “paintings that give them roots and a sense of calm”.
This piece is the artist’s interpretation of Miami and its very textured vibe, from the moody purple skies to the turquoise water. It’s created with a mixture of oil pigments and wax, with sections melted to create not only a compositional balance, but a sense of dissolving into this unique landscape.