Diane Solomon Kempler was born in New York City and graduated with a degree in philosophy from Brandeis University. She has studied with numerous ceramic artists and has received grants, awards and residencies. She has been active as an artist and teacher for over twenty years. She has won numerous awards, grants and residencies. She has had numerous one-woman exhibitions in Georgia, New York, Charlotte, and Richmond, to mention only a few. She participates in national exhibitions, including the touring exhibition “Body and Soul: Contemporary Southern Figures,” curated by the Columbus Museum. As a project of the Corporation for Olympic Development in Atlanta (CODA), she created and installed a permanent bronze fountain sculpture in downtown Atlanta in 1996. Her work deals with transformations and transitions as they exist in nature and human beings.
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