Rudyard artist gains a national audience


A Hi-Line resident has stepped from teaching art in local schools to writing about and displaying art on a national level.

Diana Twedt of Rudyard said turning to writing after she retired from teaching at Blue Sky School in 1999 was like returning to a childhood activity. She wrote and illustrated her own stories as a child.

Her writings have focused on another interest that evolved from her childhood - making paper dolls.

"It's sort of an adult version of what I did as a child," she said.

Since she retired, Twedt has contributed to several art periodicals, including Somerset Studio, Belle...

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