Palace Arts Center
300 S. Main St.
On the beautiful brick interior walls of the Lancaster Theatre, visitors can find an ever-changing variety of beautiful works of art in media ranging from photography to paintings to sculpture. Many of the works on display are available for purchase. The gallery features the work of local and regional artists on a bimonthly rotation.
Art Exhibit Viewing Times: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and during other special events.
Diane Cunningham Ellis
Diane Cunningham Ellis is a “renaissance woman” who lives with her heart on her sleeve and a permanent smile on her face. She is newly married, as of July 1st 2017.
She creates. She is a creativity coach, a pied piper of people, a woman of vulnerability, and a passionate heart artist. She loves to provide women with opportunities to go on brave adventures near and far. She coaches women (and a few brave men) on business, life, recovery, authentic living, and so much more. She offers a free art group called the Heart Art Loft and also takes women on weekend trips called the Heart Art Retreat twice a year.
She coaches. Diane is a “business therapist,” plane crash survivor, author, consultant, speaker, marathon runner, and fun friend. She is passionate about books, journaling, and creating something out of nothing in art and in life.
She leads. She has a Master’s Degree in Education (Guidance and Counseling) from Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Interpersonal Communications. She is a woman living in recovery and is now a Life Recovery Coach, which she offers through her ReStart Coaching Program.
She writes. Diane is the author of seven books, four which are Amazon Bestsellers, including The Inspired Business Toolkit and the Rock Bottom is a Beautiful Place Book Series and The Art of Brave Living.
Art snuck up on me in my 39th year of life. It healed me after my divorce. It welcomed me when I felt disheveled and distraught. It comforted me when I spun into chaos. It still does. It is my Heart Art. I work in acrylics, watercolor, words, doodles, photography and mixed media. The world is my studio and my heart is my canvas. My hands then become the brush.
My goal is to invite inspiration and creativity into the lives of all that I meet, in the way that speaks to their own soul.
About Diane's exhibition:
Her exhibit will include abstracts and mixed media using acrylic and watercolor.