Dianne Panarelli Miller
received a diploma from Vesper George College of Art in Boston. There she met and later studied intensively with
Robert Cormier until she began the five year scholarship program at the R. H. Ives Gammell Atelier located on
Newbury Street in Boston, learning the classical traditional way to paint, run by Cormier and Robert Douglas Hunter
in the Boston School¯ tradition.
Dianne has been painting for over 30 years. Her work reveals an honest observation of her subjects which she
captures by working exclusively from nature. She enjoys doing land and seascapes, still-lifes and portraits in oils,
pastels and watercolors.
Dianne is well known in and around the Boston area and is a signature member of the New England Plein Air Painters, The Oil
Painters of America, the Portrait Society of America and a Copley Master¯ at the Copley Society in Boston. Her
work can be found in galleries across the country. She has won many major awards including Best of Show at the
North River Art Association in Marshfield, Ma and First Prize in the Patron and Association Show at the North Shore
art Association in Gloucester, Ma.
Dianne is currently teaching landscape and portrait classes in local art associations while maintaining a studio in
her Abington home and painting local scenes.