Karen Wilberding Diefenbach discusses her work, the artistic process and the people and experiences that have influenced her work.
Director: Marcantonio Lunardi



The artist takes you to the foundry and describes the age-old lost wax process she uses in making her bronze sculptures of “pecore”, the Italian sheep native to Tuscany where she works.
Director: Mike Cerre and Kelly Dessoye



Karen Wilberding Diefenbach is interviewed on Italian TV at the opening reception for her exhibition, “Silente: The Inner Dialog”, at Aria Gallery, Florence, Italy, October 23, 2010. The exhibition featured life-size bronze sculptures, smaller bronze sculptures and paintings inspired by the artist’s experience living in Italy.
Interview by Fabrizio Borghini





Huffington Post   –   The Pecore: Recent Sculpture, Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco exhibition

Huffington Post   –   Silente, Aria Art Gallery exhibition

Vogue Italia   –   Silente, Aria Art Gallery exhibition

Vogue Italia (print)   –   Medieval garden and Pecore, ICASTICA Art Biennale installation

Lucca News   –  Describes how Lucca has inspired Karen’s work




Pecore, Sculpture and Modernism   –   Essay by San Francisco art historian Paul Karlstrom

Silente: The Inner Dialogue   – Essay by artist and writer Gail Gregg