Art House II Studio

430 West Loveland Avenue
Loveland, OH 45140
When the OPEN sign is out, visitors are welcome or call ahead 513-683-0349!

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The weather has been so beautiful! Spring has so many interesting shades and hues. Do you take time out to really look around? Does color excite..

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Who’s looking forward to the rest of the week (after our possible snow)? That’s the beauty of being a painter, 4 seasons gives me lots of subjects..

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Have you been to the Gallagher Student Center recently? My paintings are hanging on the 3rd floor through May! Please stop in and take a look!

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We have a slight change of plans for Gallery 42 in Mason. If you are in or near Mason and would like to check out my work. I will be hanging..

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My art is showing at the Gallagher Student Center, 3rd floor gallery at Xavier University until May 29th. The student center is open 24 hours..

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About Deirdre Dyson en plein painter from Loveland Ohio

Deirdre Dyson is a professional artist and instructor from Loveland, OH. Her paintings use bold composition to capture her subject with vibrant color, reflecting love of the natural landscape and architecture. She has taught art to students, kindergarten through adults, at her Art House Studio, Loveland City Schools, and Art Academy of Cincinnati. Deirdre is a UC, DAAP, graduate with BFA in Painting and BA in Art Education. Workshop studies have been with Daniel Green, Kim English.

My Inspiration:

It is derived from the natural forms of plants, trees, rocks and ocean often in contrast to architecture and man made objects. I search for high contrast and dramatic light. Seasonal changes and travel inspire me with new colors, light and subjects.


Color is my element for expression, pushing hue and intensity to the edge of realism to capture the essence of my subject with vibrancy and excitement.


If possible I begin on site, “en plein air”, or with live subject matter, to establish light and color, even if completed in the studio. After careful mixing of my main palette, I rapidly block in dark and light areas with color. I then build up definition loosely using bold color for visual excitement and emotional impact. I may stop at this stage, or proceed gradually building up detail. I try to keep brush strokes loose for a painterly quality to the work.