Diane DuaFlower ‘Floral Photography Boutique’
“I want my customers to be delighted with their art selections!”
My photography captures the vibrant beauty and elegance found in nature and mirrors it in your living and working spaces. Whether your style is Bold or whimsical, Bright or Refined, there are many exciting collections from which to choose.
https://DuaFlower.com offers either one print to provide that ‘piece de resistance’, or multiple prints to create the ‘perfect environment’. All prints are matted in standard sizes, making it easy to shop for your own frame. Beautifully ‘ready to hang’ framed artwork is also available in our FRAMED! Collection.
I’m always happy to assist you with Photo Arrangements, Color Coordination, Special Sizes, Matting & Framing “to remove the guesswork from your artwork”. Together we will design a personalized theme for your home & office, based on your style and emotional palette.
DuaFlower prints are of the highest quality – Printed on Premium Luster or 100% Cotton Paper with archival pigment ink and conservation framing. I personally print & sign each piece and number Limited Editions.
A framed DuaFlower print is guaranteed to create a lifetime of beauty – it’s the perfect gift for any occasion!
“I’ll never forget the day I photographed my first close-up flower portrait in a friend’s garden. In front of my camera, the blooms showed off their lively personalities; dancing in the breeze and reflecting light – like a beautiful watercolor! I knew that here was so much beauty to capture – I felt like I’d discovered the secret lives of flowers and macro photography had captured me!” Seeing the intensity of a flower through my lens is to truly ”work in the excitedness of pure being.”
“Specializing in Floral & Abstract Botanical Themes, Artist & Photographer Diane Dua graduated from The University of Maryland and studied at The Art Student’s League and National Academy School of Art in New York City. She’s won awards at The Newport Flower Show, Nantucket Daffodil Festival, The City University of New York and The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey.”