Diana Hohlig


Guy Combes
Guy Combes is based in Kenya where he has been involved in management of tourist lodges while at the same time painting commissions and works for exhibition.

Dwayne Harty
For the past 30 years, painter Dwayne Harty has been drawn inspiration from wildlife and landscapes. He attended the Art Students League in New York, and became the first Blauvelt Museum Artist-in-Residence in 1994.

Geordie Millar
Geordie Millar studied at the Art Students League and the National Academy of Art and Design (both in New York City). He has exhibited throughout North America and Europe. Millar currently resides in New Brunswick, where he maintains a studio and teaches drawing.

Terry Miller
Terry Miller works exclusively in various grades of graphite, portraying textural contrasts of wood, stone, water, animal hide and other natural elements, to bring depth, dimension and emotion to his works.

Cathy Sheeter

Aaron Yount
Aaron has works in galleries and private collections throughout the United States. He is a member of the Society of Animal Artists, Illinois Art League, Audubon Society, Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Parklands Foundation. Aaron participates in local and national group shows and has hosted several one-man shows - captivating audiences wherever his work is shown.

Diana Höhlig - Marijane Singer Artist-In-Residence

The Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum is proud to announce our new Artist-In-Residence, Diana Höhlig. Diana was born in Germany, June 27, 1985. Since early childhood, Diana loved animals of all kind and would draw them with pen and pencil on paper. Her skills and obsession with nature were recognized by her family and teachers who encouraged Diana to follow her passion, becoming a self- taught student in the world of wildlife art.

After majoring with a degree in biology, Diana moved to Switzerland focusing on developing her drawing and painting skills in her free time. It was during her study time, when Diana got the chance to spend six months at the North Sea Island Heligoland, where she gained insight into the work of the ornithological station and observed the sea bird colonies at the Red Rock sandstone cliffs of Heligoland. This experience also made a significant impact on her artistic career. Diana began to focus on bird paintings and won the prestigious German award for bird painters, the Silver Owl, in 2013 at the age of 28.

With a camera and sketchbook in tow, Diana became a world traveler and gained inspiration while travelling through Europe, East Africa, and North America. As a wildlife artist, Diana spent crucial time in the field observing animals and birds in their habitat paying close attention to the fine details of nature.

Diana is a member of the SAA, AFC and ISSA art societies, and her works have become recognized at international art shows, like ‘Birds in Art.’ In recent years, Diana has contributed illustrations for ornithological associations and international publications like the New European Breeding Bird Atlas. As an ornithologist and artist, Diana has made birds the main focus in her works.  

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