Diana Miller-Pierce is described as a "traditional watercolorist in the impressionistic style". She specializes in beautiful paintings of flowers, with the occasional cacti thrown in. I can't see much evidence of impressionism; her works are photographic in their detail. I know that some of you out there deride anything that is both colourful and aesthetically pleasing as chocolate-boxy. So I've selected an atypical work - Old Warrior - that demonstrates what a real artist can do with an unpromising subject. It also shows Diana's breathtaking use of natural light. To see her brilliant flowers click the title link.