Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Diane Hoeptner with Magnolia I & II Posters

Progress is being made, yesiree!  Editions Limited recently published a pair of oversized posters based on two of my magnolia paintings.  I've been working with them for many years and this is my favorite project so far.  The print quality and colors are exquisite!  I may have a few sets available at my show at the Cleveland Botanical Garden in April--  which is kinda cool as the original paintings were modelled from a giant magnolia tree that grows there!  (:

18 comments:

  1. Diane,
    Seriously fabulous! That must be so cool and rewarding. These look beautiful:) Sweet!

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  2. Truly beautiful! I love the color scheme. It's got a calming vibe.

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  3. They are beautiful, I love the colors in them. So cool

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  4. They look fantastic Diane - congratulations. Hope you sell mega copies!

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  5. Diane,
    Congrats! They look fabulous!

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  6. Fabulous Diane! Very zen : ) Congratulations!!

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  7. Wow, Diane, and how super they look in the enlargement! I would be dead scared to see my paintings enlarged as my finishes are not smooth. I think it is because of your flawless technique that they came out so well!

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  8. Congratulations Diane! What a great combination, to show your posters and work at the Cleveland Botanical Garden. Wishing you all the best in April!

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  9. FABULOUS! Oh, and the prints look great too.
    Congratulations!!!!
    Yay!!!
    Joan

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  10. Very cool all the way around! Congratulations!!!

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  11. Wow, Di! Great posters! So happy for you.

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  12. Absolutely gorgeous! I love the colors! And as Joan said - you look fabulous!! :-)

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  13. Great photo of you! And the paintings are nice, too!

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  14. That is fantastic! And look at how simply lovely you are Missy!

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  15. The posters are FABULOUS! I remember the paintings(originals)- they were some of my favorites- and really are exquisite!

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  16. Diane,this is such a great photo of beautiful you and your beautiful work!!!

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