Dibble expresses in oil paint her intense curiosity about the natural world and her delight in shadow and light upon the land.

BIO: Dibble studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Art School (summer session), and Hartwick College in Oneonta, NY (B.A. in English Literature, Art Minor). She has mounted numerous solo shows since 2008. Her influences among Maine painters include Linda Funk, Louise Bourne, Frank Sullivan , and Tom Curry. She admires paintings by her mother and first art instructor, Barbara S. Coan, and is inspired by photos taken by her daughter Claire Dibble. The challenge of plein air painting throughout the year with artist friends, or solo in remote places, has been a particular joy. She works as a research scientist and ecological consultant with focus on plant conservation and pollinators. She also publishes suspense novels under the pen name A. D. Morel with a creative writing blog for insomniacs and aspiring writers at Writer Manna.

Unless noted as "PRIVATE COLLECTION", paintings are available for sale.