about diane

Diane C. Taylor

Diane C. Taylor

I enjoy putting shapes and colors together, coming up with something simple but elegant or whimsical.  I love working with leaves and leaf skeletons, creating interesting shapes and patterns in glass, a wonderful, challenging medium. 

Having grown up in the Sonoran desert, I’m drawn to saguaros, ocotillos, palo verdes as a theme.  As someone who used to “live on a horse”, I try to work in spirit horses whenever possible.

Faces fascinate me. After almost 20 years of on-the-job experience, I’m also interested in space and dark-sky topics.

I’m always experimenting, pushing the limits of the medium.

In 2014 I began working more on pieces to hang, often recycling frames by designing fused glass pieces to enhance them. I’m also giving new life to wood boxes, adding fused glass to them.

Here’s a short interview from Voyager Phoenix, Oct. 14, 2021:  http://voyagephoenix.com/interview/daily-inspiration-meet-diane-c-taylor/
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And here’s another short interview with the Canvas Rebel in July 2022: https://canvasrebel.com/meet-diane-c-taylor/

If you see a piece you like or that you would like more information about OR if you’d like to join my email newsletter list, please contact me, (520) 624-7086 (studio/cell) or email at dianectaylor@netscape.net.

You can find more photos on Facebook (dianesfusedglass).

Tucson Mountains Artist Collective, Tucson, AZ
International Association of Astronomical Artists
Sonoran Arts League, Carefree, AZ
Arizona Glass Alliance, Scottsdale, AZ
Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass
Glass Art Society
Sonoran Glass School, Tucson, AZ
Hilltop Gallery, Nogales, AZ

(Past) Contributor: sonoranartsnetwork.net, Zócalo, Desert Leaf
Past member:  National Capital Art Glass Guild, Washington, DC /  American Craft Council / Southern Arizona Arts Guild, Tucson, AZ / Arizona Designer Craftsmen / Tubac Center of the Arts, Tubac, AZ