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Mocha Merry and Bright by Diane Fujimoto
Mocha's list by Diane Fujimoto
The Chill of Winter by Diane Fujimoto
Break the Rules by Diane Fujimoto
Tulips by Diane Fujimoto
What Art Does by Diane Fujimoto
BLACKBIRD by Diane Fujimoto
LOGIC by Diane Fujimoto
PINK CUPCAKE by Diane Fujimoto
DOGS DO SPEAK by Diane Fujimoto
Curiosity by Diane Fujimoto
Flan by Diane Fujimoto
Salade Nicoise by Diane Fujimoto
Klejner Cookies by Diane Fujimoto
Braised Eggplant by Diane Fujimoto
Pallotte Cacio by Diane Fujimoto
Cover 2017 Wall Calendar by Diane Fujimoto
Recipe- Apple Galette by Diane Fujimoto
Recpe-Bruschetta by Diane Fujimoto
Recipe Biscotti by Diane Fujimoto
Recipe- Panzanella Salad by Diane Fujimoto
Recipe-Butternut Squash Pie by Diane Fujimoto
Recipe Sausage and Peppers by Diane Fujimoto
Recipe- Berries in Balsamic by Diane Fujimoto
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About Diane Fujimoto
Originally from the suburbs of Philadelphia, I grew up with a strong interest in art and was inspired by my dad, who was a draftsman. Art was my favorite subject in school, but unfortunately, in those days, it was not considered a viable career option. So, I went to college and got a degree in Textile Design. After 10 years working in New York city in that field, I joined the corporate world and my art was reduced to just a hobby. In 1995, I met my husband who lived in the San Francisco Bay Area and made the move across the country to join him. I always knew I would get back to my artwork and that seemed like a good time to begin taking watercolor classes. Over the years, I have taken multiple workshops with nationally known artists Ted Nuttall, Gerald Brommer, Myrna Wacknov and Claire Schroeven Verbiest and continue to learn and get inspired by my fellow artists in our weekly studio session.
Why watercolor? I love the surprise of watercolor. It's a magical medium, never knowing what will happen when you add water to the paint and then brush to the paper.