Maybe during one her family adventures searching for Ginseng in the Applachian Mountains of West Virginia is when Dianna Adams discovered her love for color and texture. At the sight of Dogwoods and the Lady Slipper, she founded a passion for flowers, especially those found in the woods.
As a child In Rochester, New York she would window shop during the after hours. During this time she established a love for that led her to the Heritage School of Interior Design. Later, with photography she then began to blend her love for design and the woods using watercolor, and the photographs as inspiration. Many of the images in her set here at Seventy Seven Salon showcase the beauty of the Columbia River Gorge.
Always thinking as an artist and interior designer, Dianna sees these types of images as a way of bringing color and nature into people’s lives, as well as being a part of their interior decoration.
Please Join us Thursday June 7th for small treats and beverage to celebrate the coming of summer with Dianna Adams’ images of NW flowers.