Selected Exhibitions

Austin Museum of Art, Austin, Texas
Governor's Mansion, Austin, Texas
Davis Gallery, Austin, Texas (Awarded Best Gallery Show 2002
by Austin Art Critics)
Edmund Craig Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas
Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Austin, Texas
Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Grace Museum, Abilene, Texas
Tyler Art Museum, Tyler, Texas
Waco Art Center, Waco, Texas
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, Texas
Museum of the Big Bend, Alpine, Texas
Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, Louisiana
San Bernardino County Museum, San Bernardino, California
National Small Paintings Exhibition, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Oil Painters of America, Chicago, Illinois
Pastel Society of America Exhibition, New York, New York
Ventana Galley, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Private & Corporate Collections

Governor Dolph Briscoe, Uvalde, Texas
Luci Baines Johnson, Austin, Texas
MD Anderson Hospital, Houston, Texas
Shell Oil Company, Houston, Texas
Fulbright & Jaworski, Austin, Texas
University of Texas, Austin, Texas
Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas
Williams Square, Las Colinas, Texas
Four Seasons Hotel, Austin, Texas
St. David's Hospital, Austin, Texas
Lowell Leberman, Austin, Texas
Marriott Hotel, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Ross & Matthews, Fort Worth, Texas
Brackenridge Hospital, Austin, Texas
Carpenter Company, Richmond, Virginia
Environtech, Austin, Texas
Houston Power & Light, Houston, Texas
Heart Hospital, Austin, Texas
Thompson & Knight, Austin, Texas
Sid Peterson Hospital, Kerrville, Texas
University Federal Credit Union, Austin, Texas
Southwest Memorial Hospital, Houston, Texas
KTB Designs, Austin, Texas
Summit Community Bank, Fort Worth, Texas
Harris Methodist Hospital, Fort Worth, Texas
Craig Hester & Associates, Austin, Texas
Beacon Eye Institute, Houston, Texas
Altura Company, Houston, Texas
Porter & Hedges, Austin, Texas
Lockton Company, Houston, Texas
Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Fort Worth, Texas
Berkshire Hathaway, Inc.
A native Texan, Dianne Grammer captured the beauty of the landscape with a true sense of light and color.  Her pastels and oils depict deep canyons, tranquil lakes
and shimmering creeks and rivers, all taking different expressions as they cut through the Texas landscape.  Expanses of grasses and wildflowers are woven together
with a sense of both order and freedom, set against broad distant horizons.  Truly inspired by nature, her work is based on numerous sketches made while hiking and

The late Dianne Grammer grew up in Houston and lived in Austin with her husband of thirty nine years until her death on August 18, 2011.  Dianne and her husband
have two grown sons, Jonathan, and his wife, Claire, and their two children, Jeb and Grace; and Christopher, and his wife, Jennifer.  Art has been a life long passion,
painting full time for the past thirty years.  Dianne received her BFA degree from the University of Texas at Austin.  Dianne was a faculty member of  the Austin
Museum of Art and Ghost Ranch, Abiquii, New Mexico.  Prior to her death, Dianne had just returned from teaching a ten day painting workshop in France and had
looked forward to this new endeavor in her life.

Nationally her work has been exhibited in Chicago, New York, California and New Mexico. Exhibitions in Texas include the Dallas Museum of Art, Austin Museum of
Art, San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, Grace Museum in Abilene, Tyler Museum of Art, Waco Art Center and Museum of the Big Bend. Her work can be found in
numerous museum collections as well as corporate and private collections, including Shell Oil, Governor Dolph Briscoe, Luci Baines Johnson Turpin, University of
Texas at Austin, MD Anderson Hospital, and the Four Seasons Hotel.