ARTIST: Diana Halligan
The inspiration for Floyd was Frank Lloyd Wright's stained glass designs, specifically, the dining room windows in the Dana-Thomas House in Springfield, IL. The design uses the same earth tone palette Wright used in his autumn sumac design with blue added to represent the color of the sky as seen through the windows. Floyd is a variant of Lloyd, originating from the Welsh name Llwyd.
DIMENSIONS: 4.5"W X 6.25"D X 9.5"H`
3209 Madison Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45209
Originally from England, Diana Halligan has drawn and painted since childhood. After a career in nursing career, which she continued when she resettled in Ohio, Diana's interest in fine arts led her to study at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. There she found her love of working with oils and studying the Old Masters. She continues to explore the visual arts as an independent photographer focusing on local musicians, and painting in oils.