Description Although a sea of mottled, earthly bound hues crash all around it, the central cry, 'Be Still, My Soul,' remains safely enveloped in a calm, anchored core. The twists and turns of the typography are inspired by the melody of Jean Sibelius' 'Finlandia,' which, despite its complicated melody and occasional dissonance, weaves this hymn's words into a comforting quilt of a reminder, 'through thorny ways leads to a joyful end.'
Diana Wolverton Member Since April 2008 Artist Statement Diana Coate Wolverton weaves visual stories using densely layered threads of abstract form, color, texture, typography, and photography.
She works primarily with digital tools, but occasionally employs traditional methods to create source material.
Born with equally vocal—and occasionally rivaling—right- and left-brain hemispheres, Diana’s work is informed with 50 percent research and life experience plus 50 percent imagination and experimentation.