Diane Merkle - Fine Artist

Diane Merkle

West Palm Beach, FL - United States








Diane Merkle

West Palm Beach, FL - United States

Diane Merkle - Fine Artist

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June 16th, 2009







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About Diane Merkle

Having grown up in Indianapolis, Indiana and then moving to a rural southern area of that state about 30 years ago I have always loved the outdoors. Being raised by a photographer and painter, my dad, helped me absorb some of the information needed to understand how we see the world. Now, a change in my life has moved me to West Palm Beach Florida where in time I hope to be able explore the natural world in such a different environment.

Although I find beauty in many places my first love is the natural world and it's inhabitants. Being an animal lover and sharing much of my life with dogs, horses and exotic birds has made me want to capture them whenever I can. Living in the country over the years I have hand raised every thing from fawns to a day old raccoon that my dog brought me. Even had a beaver who was injured that brought himself to my front porch for over a period of a week for treatment of his wounds. There is something magical in being accepted by an animal that has every reason to fear people.

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Artwork Gallery At Shawnee Theater

Owensburg, IN - March 19th, 2010

Shawnee Theater has just announced that the art work for this season's production of "Steel Magnolias" will be drawn from the Casa del Muse Gallery in Bloomfield Indiana. The work of Diane Merkle will be featured. Ms. Merkle has a long history with the theater and has been a Director in the past as well as a loyal supporter When ask for her reaction to this news she commented, "This means so much because it recognizes my photography in a really meaningful way, and increases the sentiment that I have always felt for the artistic community in Bloomfield. It would have made my late husband so happy to see this happening because Shawnee was so instrumental in forming who he was as an adult."