Artists > Diane Wolcott
Our Last Chance, oil, 24x30, $14,500
Still Life with Bread & Wine 1969, oil, 18x24, $3000 SOLD
The Crossroads, oil, 10x8, $1600 SOLD
Tammy And The Lamb, oil, 18x24, $3000
She's Got It 1979, 8-color serigraph, edition of 60, 8x10, $500
Young Artist At Work In Her Studio, oil, 10.5x6.5, $1500
St. Joseph's School Bus 1977, 13-color serigraph, edition of 50, 8x10, $500
Young Ballerina, oil, 36x16, $4500
Barbara Ballerina, bronze ed. 4 of 30, 14 x 6.25 x 6.25, $2500
Wendy (Young Equestrian), ed. 6 of 60, bronze, 11H x 4w x 3d, $1900
Tracy (Young Girl With Umbrella), bronze, ed. 30 of 60, 11h x 7w x 6d, $1900
Goodnight Girl, ed. 1 of 30, bronze, 15 x 6 x 6, $3000
Ave Maria, oil, 10x8, $1600
School Field Trip, gouache, 5.5x20.25, $1500
Buster, oil, 6x6, $750 SOLD
Lunch Time Al Fresco, watercolor, 14.5x18.5, $1800
Butchart Gardens, watercolor, 16x20, $1800 SOLD
The Little Prince, Portrait of Diane Wolcott by Paul Clemens, oil, 10x8, $6000
Here Comes The Circus, oil, 16x30, $14,500 SOLD
Someday and Wendy, oil, 6x8, $1200 SOLD
Close Of Day On The Monterey Coast, oil, 30x30, $3000
Winter Wonderland, oil, 18x24, $12,000
Diane's Final Painting-in-Progress, acrylic, 6x6, $100 SOLD
Sunflowers 1959, oil, 20x16, $3000
Sisters Of The Awkward Order, oil, 6x24, $2850
Portrait of My Mother as a Nun, oil, 7x6, $1000
Off The Track, serigraph 7/30, 9x10, inscribed, $500
Golf's Largest Sand Trap, oil, 4x16, $1500
Full Moon Sail, oil, 9x12, $1800
Folkloric Dancers 1944, gouache, 7.5x6, $500
Floral 1968, 6x8, $1000
Bluebirds 1952, oil, 6x8, $1000
Balance, pigment ink on paper, limited edition, 15x10.5, $450
New Life, oil, 12x16, $450
Ladder To Heaven 1990, oil & silk thread, 24x36, $12,500
Swan Lake, oil, 5x7, $1500
Diane Wolcott has gone her own way as an artist. She has been painting since she was a small child and sold her first designs of European peasants in holiday dress to an interior decorator who was unaware that the finished drawings were the work of a fourteen-year-old girl.
Ms. Wolcott studied drawing, design, and dynamic symmetry at the Kansas City Art Institute. Later she traveled in Europe to observe, and dissect, but not to study formally.
Her style of painting is uniquely her own. At her first one-artist show in a leading Southern California gallery, half of her canvases were sold on the first day. This show and the three which followed were sell-outs. Many Wolcott paintings now hang in the homes of knowledgeable collectors throughout the United States and Europe.
Update: Diane Wolcott passed away in March 2018.
Video: Watch Diane Wolcott talk about her early art career and her book, "World of Wonder: The Art of Diane Wolcott."
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