Diane Stevens

Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk Abenaki Nation

Juried Artist

Image of Diane Stevens.
Diane Stevens

Bio

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Artist Statement

My Love for nature photography was a natural progression of my love for travel.  A friend of mine joined the Peace Corps and encouraged me to join her for a two-week adventure in Namibia and Zambia, Africa.  Thus began an incredible photographic journey.  Vermont’s abundant wild life and beauty have enable me to hone my craft.  Hiking and back water kayaking have led to incredible, yet at times challenging, photographic opportunities.  Continued travels in New England, Florida, and Peru have expanded my appreciation of all nature has to offer. I recently won best in color at the Seaba Artists Exhibit.

Contact

Email: didancer58@comcast.net

Phone: (802) 985-2465   

Store: Diane Stevens Photography

Image of Camels Hump.
Image of photograph of Camel’s Hump Camel’s Hump – photograph by Diane Stevens

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Peruvian Monkey – photograph by Diane Stevens.

Exhibits

2016 to present

Indefinite Exhibit at Trinity Church in Shelburne, Vermont 

2017

Alnobak: Wearing Our Heritage. Traveling Exhibit. Lake Champlain Maritime Museum.

2016

Solo photography show at Charlotte Senior Center . Charlotte, VT.

SEABA (Arts Alive) photography exhibit at One Main Street, Burlington, Vt

Documentary

2015

Photos utilized in Wabanaki Confederacy Documentary

Awards

 2017

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Best in Color for Nature’s Pallet. Annual Open Photography Exhibit . Arts Alive.