Diane Stevenson Stone
Diane Stevenson Stone’s personal story started in Los Angeles, California, and has taken her around the world from Boston, Massachusetts, to French Polynesia; to Glendale and subsequently Modesto, California; through France and England, and finally back to California’s central coast in Pebble Beach, where she now resides with her husband, Tom.
Her works of art have been exhibited at the American Embassy in Paris, France, where she studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Her artwork has also been featured in galleries from Papeete, Tahiti, to Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, though she claims her eight children as her very finest works of art. Diane’s talent for storytelling is enjoyed by all, but especially by her twenty-eight grandchildren.
More recently, she has been privileged to serve as chair of the Leadership Council for the Museum of Art at Brigham Young University. Her first book, "A Big Family Reunion for Sarah Lucy," is available through Amazon.
Mary of the Mayflower
by Diane Stevenson Stone
Mary's world changes forever when her father announces that they will join the Pilgrims traveling to the New World in search of more freedom and a better life. She must leave her older sisters and friends, and even her cat. With only the clothes on her back and her grandmother's locket, Mary joins her parents aboard the Mayflower and starts the dangerous journey across the Atlantic Ocean.
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