Stand by Me …. and the power of loveRead More
All kinds of things inspire me when I paint. Of course the flowers themselves is more than enough to do that. But music always influences the way I paint things.Read More
I have been painting watercolor portraits of brides in their gowns for almost 6 years. They have been given by friends and family to create the most treasured wedding gift received. When I create these paintings they are done from photos provided by the wedding photographer or friends. For information on this please contact me at Diane@DianeBronstein.com
A portrait of a bride in her wedding gown is a romantic keepsake that is kept for generations. When I create these paintings they are done from photos provided by the wedding photographer or friends. For information on this please contact me at Diane@DianeBronstein.com
You can't show one grandchild without showing the other. This is Fefe, short for Felicity, my partner in crime at Blick Art Supplies. Of course she needed more paints and had to use them right away. So here we are painting on the sidewalk right in front of their North Ave. store !
Creativity is one of the threads in our family. Both my children are photographers, and exceptional ones! This was taken by my daughter Cara Taylor, it is of her sweet little boy and me while we were walking thru Chicago the other day.
And so the dream beganRead More
I have always had a love of architecture, especially when it comes to homes. While getting my BFA in painting and design I was seriously considering going becoming an architect. I have created a series of dwell paintings. I will be listing these in the shop section of my site. Most of them will never be offered as prints. This particular one is an oil painted on stretched canvas that is almost 2in thick on the sides so no frame is necessary, that being said you can always add a frame at a later date.
Summer.... . What was that old song?
"The Summer Wind" Frank Sinatra sang it ...
"The Summer wind came blowing' in from across the sea
It lingered there, to touch your hair and walk with me
All summer long we sang this a song and then we strolled that golden sand
Two sweethearts and the summer wind..
I must have been channeling that when I painted these tulips as they moved in so effortlessly in the vase. Think I'll play that with some other similar summer love songs.
Original Watercolor for sale.
From the groom to the bride or the family to the newlyweds......a painting of the wedding day lasts forever ....
contact me diane@dianeBronstein.com
It's wedding season, full of engagement parties, bridal showers and weddings. Give the most memorable gift the couple will receive ...a portrait of the bride in her gown ... the groom can also be added!!!
.A stunning gift certificate is given to the bride that contains all my contact info and how to proceed !
When I was in college, my Dad used to send me a letter almost every week, it always made me feel loved and connected to him in a special way. By the way, I still have all the letters! And I think my daughter has read them all!
Your stationary shows others your style, your aestectic.Read More
Print purchase by Warner Bros. for the set of a TV showRead More
Sailboats at sunsetRead More
Look on my site and you can tell I love sailing and painting Sailboats ... I'm sick of winter and in the mood to glide thru the water on a sailboat and look up at their beautiful sales. Today I'm going to spend the day maybe the week painting these beauties! More to come ... To purchase go to the shop section.
St. Mary's Abbotts Kensington London UKRead More
St. Mary's Abbotts was founded in 1539....can you imagine all that it has seen, celebrated and endured. And what was the central theme of the prayers that were said while sitting in this pew?
The guards of St. Mary's Abbot LondonRead More
A few months ago I was so very fortunate to go to London. I went with a friend who had been there often, so that made it all the better. Daily we walked by this magnificent Church located in extremely busy area of Kensington. It was Armistice Day when I took these photos, locals were gathered outside the front of the Abbot to say prayers and pay tribute to all those who fought in the wars. From there we went to Trafalgar Square and the surrounding area where the brave men and women who fought in the wars were meeting with friends, drinking and singing as they stood outside the pubs. Armistice Day was celebrated in London with the reverence and grace it deserves.