Artwork by Diane Bourbeau Currently on Display at AVH

Diane Bourbeau is the current visiting artist at the Androscoggin Valley Hospital Auxiliary Rotating Art Program in the AVH Cafeteria.  Her artwork will be on display through November 2.

Diane has been practicing her art since she was a young girl.  She remembers her mother coming home from art lessons with amazing wildlife and scenic pieces which motivated her to begin taking art lessons with her Mom at Fran Greenwood’s Studio in Shelburne.  Her mother’s art was featured at the same venue in 2015. 

Photos, scratchboard, pen and ink, and watercolors are featured on the AVH art wall.  Many of the pieces on exhibit are Diane’s earliest works dating back a decade and a half.  She works in several mediums, but her preference is oils, pen and ink, scratchboard, and wood burning.  In this exhibit, she is showing many of her scenic and wildlife photographs of which is her recent focus.  View her osprey photos and water “wash” of a rabbit in the snow, a subtle but standout piece that Diane did in 2002.

All are welcome to stop by and view the art exhibit during Cafeteria hours, Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 6:30 PM, and Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

Every six weeks, the AVH Auxiliary Rotating Art Program features an artist and his/her work for display in the AVH Cafeteria.  If you are, or know, an artist or craftsperson who would like to exhibit in the Program, please call Linda Morris, Volunteer Coordinator and AVH Auxiliary Liaison, at 326-5676.  A proud partner of North Country Healthcare, AVH is on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest.