JONI DISKINT

Joni Diskint studied at The Sir John Cass College

School of Art in London, England and then set off for

a career in fine art as a painter. The aim of her work

is to convey the experience of color and existence,

focusing on the range of feelings elicited through color, which, in connection with the landscape, have transforming effects on the individual. She has exhibited her paintings throughout the United States for more than 25 years. Her work is in private collections with Guild Hall Museum, New York Life Insurance Company, The Harmony Pavilion and Community Preservation Corp. Publications include The New York Art Review, Encyclopedia of Living Artists in America, Hi Fashion Magazine and Contemporary Women Artists Calendar. She currently lives and works in New Jersey.

 

 

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  “Children of the Field”
Painting 2006. Oil on canvas,
15"x30"
Gold frame,Unframed, signed.
  “Red Tree”
Painting 2004. Oil on canvas,
Still life of Japanese Maple
24"x20"
Unframed, signed.
“The Lonesome Valley”
Painting 2004. Oil on canvas,
painted sides
24"x30"
Unframed, signed.
  “Oil Lamp 1”
Painting 2006. Oil on canvas,
painted sides
10"x8"
Unframed, signed.
“White Rose”
Painting 2000. Oil on canvas.
Close up of rose.
7"x9"
Unframed, signed.