Diana Bloomfield, 2021 Denis Roussel Award Recipient

“Such accomplished and beautiful work… precise, playful, clearly loved in the process of making. What I truly enjoyed was how many ways this work might be experienced in person especially if given the permission to hold and move the pages and complex elements that make up each piece. In the time-honored treasure and marriage of… Read More

Diana Bloomfield, Books

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Shades of Blue

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Images of 2019

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A New Path, Bob Cornelis

  Many photographers have also worked in other art forms either totally separate from photography: Brett Weston and his sculpture, Robin Dintiman and her installations, Robert Treat and his paintings. Melaine Walker, K.K.DePaul and Diana Bloomfield use their photography in other forms such as books, collage, and three-demensional work. It is import to experiment in art,… Read More

Where We Work, Diana Bloomfield

Today we are pleased to share the work space of Diana Bloomfield. Please tell us about your workspace.  Twenty-two steps from the back door of my house, and I’ve arrived at the front door of my studio. My studio’s former life was a detached garage, with potting shed attached to that, all built in the… Read More

Diana Bloomfield, In the Old Garden

  Diana Bloomfield was chosen as one of  the Photographers of Merit by Jill Enfield in this years Denis Roussel Award. Please click on images toes a larger size. In the Old Garden “My grandparents’ house, set back from the street, right in the middle of town, and stood on a couple of acres.  A… Read More

Into the Blue

  We were born before the wind Also younger than the sun Ere the bonnie boat was won as we sailed into the mystic Hark, now hear the sailors cry Smell the sea and feel the sky Let your soul and spirit fly into the mystic. Van Morrison To learn more about these artist please click… Read More

Where We Work, Diana Bloomfield

Today we are pleased to share the work space of Diana Bloomfield. Please tell us about your workspace.  Twenty-two steps from the back door of my house, and I’ve arrived at the front door of my studio. My studio’s former life was a detached garage, with potting shed attached to that, all built in the… Read More