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Artist: Barb Luther

The Center of the Community

Upcoming Events





Cocoa & Caroling
Enchanted Forest Lighting

Come Join us at 5:30 for an enchanted evening.  Join in in caroling with the Powell Middle School Choir while sipping on hot cocoa and roasting marshmallows, compliments of Plaza Diane.  AT 5:45 we will light the Enchanted Forest! We will also have gingerbread cookies for sale for $2 each.  




Entertainment @ Plaza Diane
Santa's Workshop
Visit Santa
Lighted Parade

Let's keep the holiday season rolling with entertainment on the Plaza Diane Stage starting at 10am!  Visit Santa's workshop at the Commons for crafts - courtesy of the Rotary Club from 11-2, visit Santa from 2-4 at Plaza Diane, and then enjoy the lighted parade at 5:30!  

December- January

Winter Show in the Gallery

Come in and see the variety of artwork for our winter show.  It is a continuation of our invitational show, the artists swapped out their paintings and photos for a winter themed show.  Our enchanted forest is also still lit for the holiday season.


Art Club @ Plaza Diane

Art class for children in grades 1st through 5th.  The cost is $5 and Art Club goes from 3:30 - 5pm.  Class is taught by Katie Stensing. Snack is provided. Please do not wear fancy clothes.


Game Night @ Plaza Diane!

Game night has come to Plaza Diane!  January 21st will be our first night!  Come enjoy board games you already know and love, or learn a new game!  There will be expert leaders at each table!

There will be snacks and treats to enjoy.  See you at 7pm January 21st!  18 and under need to come with an adult. 

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Meet the Artist

Dorci Newman-Tremblay

Having been recognized back east for my “Figure Landscapes”, I wondered how I would transition to my new status as a western artist.  I started painting landscapes, both en plein air and in my studio.  It has been 15 years since moving west, and my passion for oil painting has grown with each passing day. I thrive on the textural effect of brush strokes on my canvas and how they enhance my intuitive style of painting. Working with shadowed winter landscapes, summer streams and rivers and incredible wildlife inspire my work and feed my soul.


My process is the foundation of my work. I usually stain my canvas with a transparent color.  I like the bits of stain that show through in my completed pieces. Then, I study my photos and plein air pieces to select a subject.  After sketching a few compositional guidelines and refining the more detailed areas, I block in the major areas of color.  I work the whole painting at once, clarifying, refining, and defining until the piece is complete.

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