Dinah Worman: Perspectives
February 1 - 28, 2017
Scottsdale, Arizona
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Dinah Worman
A High Horizon

oil on canvas
40 x 30 in
(101.6h x 76.2w cm)
$6,100

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Dinah Worman
Arrangement of Barns VI

oil on canvas
30 x 24 in
(76.2h x 60.96w cm)
$5,000

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Dinah Worman
August Fields

oil on canvas
24 x 24 in
(60.96h x 60.96w cm)
$4,100

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Dinah Worman
Blatant Stare

oil on linen
12 x 12 in
(30.48h x 30.48w cm)
SOLD

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Dinah Worman
Cows in Snow

oil on canvas
40 x 40 in
(101.6h x 101.6w cm)
$7,200

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Dinah Worman
Heading for the Green

oil on canvas
30 x 24 in
(76.2h x 60.96w cm)
SOLD

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Dinah Worman
Late Light

oil on canvas
40 x 40 in
(101.6h x 101.6w cm)
SOLD

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Dinah Worman
A Late Summer Day

oil on linen
60 x 48 in
(152.4h x 121.92w cm
$11,000

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Dinah Worman
See Through Window

oil on linen
18 x 18 in
(45.72h x 45.72w cm)
SOLD

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Dinah Worman
Stepping Out

oil on linen
12 x 12 in
(30.48h x 30.48w cm)
SOLD

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Dinah Worman
If the Cow Could Talk

oil on linen
18 x 18 in
(45.72h x 45.72w cm)
SOLD

Press release

Worman’s landscape paintings are instantly recognizable for their clarity and depth. Light filters through the trees and streams and between the clouds. She is able to retain this vitality because she is continually renewing her vision.  She notes, “I work to press beyond method and into a flow of creative instinct; using pastel, oil, acrylic or printmaking to express myself with unusual compositions and expanding vision.” 

Living with the view of vast, open landscapes and towering mountains has influenced her perspective on the landscape. Over time, she has shifted her focus from an interpretive style of realism to a contemporary view by focusing on the juxtaposition of objects in the landscape. Buildings, equipment, people, cattle, diagonal lines separating the space, are all tools within the composition.  It’s what she refers to as a “stacked landscape,” a near vertical composition of abstracted fields and roads ending at the horizon.  

With this newest collection of work, Worman continues her exploration into stacked landscape compositions as well as works that give the viewer an up-close perspective of what lies within the landscape.

Worman has earned the designation of Master Pastellist from the Pastel Society of America. She has been featured in various newspaper and magazine articles including Southwest Art, The Pastel Journal and The Artists Magazine. Most recently, she was awarded First Place for Two Dimensional Art at the Cowgirl Up Show held at the Desert Caballeros Museum in Wickenburg, Arizona

Since 1963, Trailside Galleries of Jackson, Wyoming and Scottsdale, Arizona has been regarded as one of the pre-eminent dealers in American representational art, specializing in a rich and varied collection of works by the leading western, wildlife, figurative, impressionist, and landscape artists in the country. The artist roster includes members of the Cowboy Artists of America, National Academy of Design, Oil Painters of America, Plein-Air Painters of America, Prix De West, Society of Animal Artists, National Sculpture Society and Masters of the American West.

Please contact Kimberly C. Fletcher, Marketing & Communications Director at 307.200.1622 or via email media@trailsidegalleries.com for further information and images.