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Artist directory :: ___ SIERRA DANTE ___


Sierra Dante was born in Minnesota in 1969. She graduated with a Master's degree in Architecture, but her love has always been for Art. She started her art career in ceramic sculpture, then moved to painting in oils in 2007. It was coup de foudre! (french expression: love at first sight) For several years, she has enjoyed creating in allegorical themes and figurative work. Now she offers her expression of what she sees. Sierra is a daily painter, working in primarily in oils; while exploring line, form, color and light. Sierra uses representational forms in her work however her unique expression is in the abstract. She hopes to reflect in her works beauty and peace into the hearts of many. Thank you for your visit! Please enjoy, don't steal! All...


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Scottsdale, AZ 85255
United States

Spirituality I am currently working on The Goddesses of Florida series which is my hip version of Roman Goddesses like Venus, Ceres and Diana. I wonder how these colorful goddesses would interact with the natural world in Florida. In celebration of life, these strong beauties get to protect, nurture and honor nature in ways I can only dream.
Figurative 9 items
Landscapes 14 items


Scarecrow Chilin in the Garden
oil on canvas 40 x 60cm

Hot Show Cool Art
I’m happy to be apart of this show amongst talented artists from the Sonoran Art League. Show is offered from April to October at the Desert Foothills Gallery. Site:

Saint Hildegard of Bingen
Saint Hildegard of Bingen, oil in canvas 18 x 24. One of my favorite saints. Hildegarde von Bingen (1098-1179 CE) was a Christian mystic, Benedictine abbess, and polymath proficient in philosophy, musical composition, herbology, medieval literature, cosmology, medicine, biology, theology, and natural history.

Smell the Rose
pallet knife, oil on raw Belgium linen, mounted on gator board, 12 x 12.

Before a Painting Poem
Before a Painting I knew not who had wrought with skill so fine What I beheld; nor by what laws of art He had created life and love and heart On canvas, from mere color, curve and line. Silent I stood and made no move or sign; Not with the crowd, but reverently apart; Nor felt the power my rooted limbs to start, But mutely gazed upon that face divine. And over me the sense of beauty fell, As music over a raptured listener to The deep-voiced organ breathing out a hymn; Or as on one who kneels,...

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