Dianne Woods (?? to present, American)

Dianne Woods, cat artistDianne Woods ( ?? to present, American) is a commercial photographer/artist who graduated from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California in 1977.

Woods made a transition as she says, “from film to pixels”. Hence she started to pursue a career as a digital artist. Her works are a mixture of her talent in photography and her use of digital tools. Woods says, “ I’m inspired by beautiful light, color, great design and cats.  I’m known for my cats.” 

Many of her works are found on calendars and cards as well as wall art.

Today Dianne Woods lives happily in Berkeley with her husband and her tuxedo cat Sunny, who is featured in many of her works. 

 

Dianne Woods, Cat and Flowers

 

 

Dianne Woods, Cat in a Bag

 

 

Dianne Woods, Ginger Cat Sleeping

 

 

Dianne Woods, Kitten and Flowers

 

 

Dianne Woods, Kitten on the Table

 

 

Dianne Woods, Kittens

 

 

Dianne Woods, Morning Sun

 

 

Dianne Woods, Morning Wash

 

 

Dianne Woods, Tabby Cat

 

 

Dianne Woods, Tabby with Tulips

 

 

Dianne Woods, Tabby with Yellow Flowers

 

 

Dianne Woods, The Stare

 

 

Dianne Woods, Tuxedo Cat with Pumpkins

 

 

Dianne Woods, Tuxedo in Fall Colors

 

 

Dianne Woods,Ginger Cat with Pumpkins

 

 

Tuxedo Cat with Flowers, Dianne Woods

 

 

Dianne Woods, Black and White Cat Photo

 

 

Dianne Woods, Black and White Cat 2

 

 

Dianne Woods, Black and White Cat 3

 

 

Dianne Woods, Black and White Cat 4

 

 

Dianne Woods, Black and White Cat 5

 

 

Dianne Woods, Black and White Cat 6

 

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