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Diane Castle Babcock Printmaker

Diane has been practicing the art of linoleum block printing for more than thirty-five years.   The process she uses is called the reduction method, because she continually cuts away from one block to create a multiple color image.  Her images are created in four to six steps of cutting and printing.  As the print is created, the block is destroyed, ensuring a limited edition.

Diane graduated from Nazareth College and Binghamton University with degrees in art and an art education certification.  She recently retired from Adirondack High School in Boonville, NY where she taught Art.   She exhibits her work in galleries in Ohio, New Hampshire, Vermont, Pennsylvania and New York. She also has an Etsy shop, dcastlebabcockart. Diane has received awards at many outdoor festivals and is a member of the Roycroft Arts and Craftsmen Guild.. 

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