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Collage Artist Diane O'Leary


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Diane O’Leary uses art to promote conservation of the ocean. Her brilliantly colored collages are expressions of love for a critically threatened estuary and include representations of a number of species no longer found in Tillamook Bay. Diane begins with a gyotaku, or an impression taken from a real fish. Her collages of cloth and paint were one of the first ever exhibited on the walls of the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport.

First Broadcast: 2007
Producer: KC Cowan

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Misty River Revisit; Collage Artist Diane O'Leary; Darkhorse Comics Author Mike Mignola (829)

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #829
Original Broadcast: May 17, 2007