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"Coquelicots de Bourgogne"

Salon des Artistes Indépendants
(A prestigious artists' association that numbers,
among its invitees, Paul Cezanne, Camille Pissarro, Paul Gauguin, Vincent Van Gogh)
Paris - France


Member of A.I.A.P. auprès de l’UNESCO



Galerie Claude Marumo
Paris - France

Galerie Hesbe Bolzonello (Solo Exhibition)
St Paul de Vence, France

Galerie EVERARTS (Solo Exhibition)
Paris - France


New River Fine Art (Solo Exhibition)
Naples - Florida


Galerie Je Reviens
Westport - Connecticut


Members’ Gallery, Albright Knox Museum
Buffalo - NY


Mitsukoshi Galleries (Solo Exhibitions)
Tokyo, Sendai, Hiroshima, and Takamatsu – Japan

Asia Fine Art (Solo Exhibition)
Hong Kong


Venable-Neslage Galleries (Solo Exhibition)
Washington, D.C.


Omell Galleries
London - England


French Connection Gallery
Greenwich – Connecticut


Seibu Gallery
Fujisawa – Japan


Galerie Nina’s Choice, Bergdorf Goodman
New York, NY


Interview in Japan

With her impressionist style, Diane Monet's work has been especially popular in Japan.

In addition to personal appearances, her one-person shows have elicited several invitations to appear on NHK Television and Sendai Television.

Diane's work evokes unusually strong emotional responses there. For example, one couple told her that, after purchasing her painting the previous year, their home is happier, and their relationship has markedly improved.

Many infirm people have remarked that her paintings give them strength and happiness each day. Tears of joy have streamed down the face of many buyers while purchasing their Monet.

Needless to say, Diane herself is deeply moved by these reactions.


Asia Fine Art

Diane Monet with Dr. Dominic Man-Kit Lam


Diane Monet charms guests

at Friday night's opening

of her "Impressions of Joy" exhibition

at Naples' New River Fine Art.


Solo Exhibition in Hong Kong

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