LIFELONG FOCUS: The Luminous Art of Diane Martineau

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Light and Color
The Mosaic and Yarn Paintings of Diane Martineau

Diane’s love of stained glass began when, at the Rhode Island School of Design, she did an illustration for a children’s book using transparent paints on Plexiglas, inspired by a Medieval cathedral window.  Through the years since then, Diane has created a luminous collection of work, most in glass mosaics, but some in yarn.  All of the pieces are rich with color, texture, pattern, and movement, brightening the space and catching the eye of the beholder.

Lifelong is excited to be able to feature the work of our members and community.  Diane’s work will be displayed through the months of April and May – a fitting way to welcome spring!  The exhibition opened April 6, 5 – 8:00 as part of Ithaca Gallery Night and First Friday, and we welcomed over 20 people into the gallery.

If you are a member of Lifelong and are interested in showing your work or that of someone you know, please contact Karen Koyanagi, 273-1511 or at kkoyanagi@tclifelong.org.  Exhibits are changed every two months.