Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Diane Hoeptner art


Do you ever wonder HOW
you found an artist's blog ?
I have NO idea ...
I don't remember.... HOW I found Diane .
I love her paintings of flowers
BUT
I have to say I went crazy over her paintings of old toys .
She makes me want to paint JERRY!
Pop over to her blog because she has a series of Pinocchios set up in a
'Brady Bunch ' style .
You'll enjoy seeing all of her paintings!
She's also a very very nice person .
http://dianehoeptner.blogspot.com/

11 comments:

Ronnie said...

Boy, Diane does beautiful work. Prolific too. She inspires me.
I think Jerry would be a nice subject for you next work, Sandy.
A Jerry series. Jerry in the old West. Jerry at the disco.
Jerry hosts a cooking show. Jerry on the bow of the Titanic....

Theresa said...

Thanks for sharing Diane's work with us Sandy!!! I think her toy paintings are smashing and her flowers remind me so much of one of my favorite painter.... George O'Keeffe ... very romantic and dreamy.

Hugs,
Theresa

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Woe!!! Hey! Thanks Sandy!! I'm SO VERY flattered & HONORED that you took notice of my art. I consider you one of those super rare, HIGHLY ORIGINAL and endlessly creative ART SUPER STARS--so, the recognition is especially treasured. THANK YOU.

Beverly Kaye Gallery said...

Hey Sandy:
Congratulations. Google just sent the world an alert to look at your art blog! Wow Wow Wow!
Love,
Bev

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi sandy!
i love diane's work! thank you for sharing it!
xo
melissa

Ronnie said...

My green eyed girl clock is among the things I would grab if there was a fire. I love her.
Ronnie

kimberly Meuse said...

Sandy, you're right - her work is gorgeous!!

suze said...

Very nice Sandy. Thanks for sharing.

Ronnie said...

I hope you and Jerry are having a kick butt day today!
Clock girl hung in there with me very late last night. She was good company.

Abby Creek Art said...

Really nice work...her flowers ARE amazing. Thanks for sharing her art, Sandy!

Poppy said...

I have seen her work before, I don't know where but I love how she puts toys into her paintings.