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Episode 9: Diana Syder

Artist, speech pathologist, lecturer and poet DIANA SYDER creates expressive landscapes and still life paintings from her studio in the Peak District of Derbyshire, England. Diana started her professional life as a speech pathologist and university lecturer but concurrently wrote poetry, uniquely focused on themes of science and nature. After four books of poetry and numerous collaborations with composers, sculptors, dancers, artists, astronomers and engineers, Diana is now bringing similar energy to her evocative paintings.Find DianaWebsite: Instagram: Facebook: Mentioned:Diana's poetry books:Hubble (read)Maxwell's Rainbow  (read)String (read)Planet Box (read)"Jupiter," moving poem (see)When the Telescope Came,  video (see)Project Phoenix, classical music  (listen)William Neil, composer (learn)SETI,  search for extraterrestrial intelligence project   (learn)"To Paint the Portrait of a Bird," Jacques Prévert (read) (book)Find Me, Kristy Darnell Battani: Website:   https://www.kristybattani.comInstagram:  kristybattaniartFacebook:  kristybattaniartDid you enjoy hearing about Diana's plunge? If so, please take a moment to leave a rating and a comment: Music:"Surf Guitar Madness," Alexis Messier,Licensed by PremiumBeat.comSupport the show ( the show (

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ARTish Plunge, a podcast for anyone interested in the curious relationship between artists and the other professions, day jobs, or past vocations that have allowed them to plunge into the art they create.