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Diana Suttenfield, American artist. Named Woman of the Year in Art, West Virginia Women's Commission, 1985; recipient Artist of the Year, Women's Garden Council Club, 1985. Founder, president Friends of the Shepherdstown River Front, 2002—2005.


Suttenfield, Diana was born on November 20, 1944 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States.


Bachelor of Fine Arts, Maryland. Institute College Art, 1972.


Co-founder, German St. Gallery, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, 1973-1976; co-founder, Boarman Arts Center, Martinsburg, West Virginia, 1982-1992.


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    • Author: Shepherdstown Sketchbook, 1976, Martinsburg Sketchbook, 1978, Harpers Ferry—Pen and Ink Drawings, 1979, The C and O Canal-An Illustrated History, 1981, Elegy for Barns, 2002. Exhibitions include Aqueous Open '83, Baltimore Watercolor Society(award), 1987 Johns Hopkins University, Pastel Society of America fall exhibition, (award 1991, 93), National Arts Club New York City, Shades of Pastel Maryland Pastel Society, (award 1991, 93), Washington County Museum of Fine Art, 1984, Art in Embassies 1999-2008, United States Department State, 2008. Affiliated galleries include Mary Bell Galleries, Chicago, Callen McJunkin Gallery, Charleston, West Virginia, AIIA, Sheperdstown, West Virginia.


Founder, president Friends of the Shepherdstown River Front, 2002—2005.