M.S. Educational Psychology (OSU), B.S. Recreational Sciences (TU), A.A. Journalism (TCC)
“My greatest joys and sorrows, have come from my children, especifically my elder son Larry (1959-2011), who lived successfully with Down’s syndrome. Despite his difficult journey, he added joy to our family circle with his humor, vibrant personality and is greatly missed. After Larry’s transition to his spiritual destiny, a spirit image appeared within a balloon lift-off that was given in his honor at his church, ‘Bring Them In’.” (see MEMORIES page).
PROFESSIONAL: Mrs. Oklahoma 1982, Bixby Chamber Director, YWCA Aquatic Direcotr, University Verifications Officer, High School and Elementary School Counselor.
ARTISTIC ENDEAVORS: “Art in any form provides a window to the inner workings of an individual’s personal expression and soul. The art form of music has served as the underlying base of my inspiration, whether I was studying voice, dance, the visual arts, writing or photography.” Diana Lane Lambert
‘CELTIC MOODS with Diana Lane’ (February, 1997 to December, 2006). CELTIC MOODS radio music program won four International Communicator Awards in the Cultural Division for it’s originality, research, writing, artistic interviews, digital editing for air-play and hosting.
Since January 1995, the female voice on ‘BIG BAND SATURDAY NIGHT with Alan Lambert’ which streams on 89.5 HD-1 www.kwgs.com (see more information on the About Alan page).
She says through all her artistic interest, the art form of music, served as the underlying base of inspiration, whether she was studying voice, dance, the visual arts, writing or cphotography.
… Photography of the unseen …: “Since 2002, I’ve been privileged to capture the spirit realm beyond the veil through the eye of the camera. I learned to listen and respond as my camera became my constant companion. In the early days, I used a disposable cameras and switched to digital in 2006. It was then, everything became more intense, colorful and glorious.” Diana Lane Lambert
How it began:
“It began during one of those ‘moments in time’ when a door seemed to open into another realm. It was the final two days of a job related educational seminar in Calgary, Canada in 2001. A friend of mine felt we needed a break from our intense classes and offered to drive us to Banff, Canada. After spending several hours visiting the quaint resort, we left for a three hour drive for our hotel in Calgary.
As darkness dropped it’s cloak over the snow covered mountain highway, we headed back. Half-way to Calgory, we stopped for a fiesty snowball fight and took time to gaze at the starlit sky. The air was crisp, clear and quite cold. The play in the snow had left us both damp and quite chilled, causing my friend to take a quick look the sky and hastily retreat inside the vehicle. Not me, as I was totally enchanted by the color of the Indigo night sky, beneath the starlit heavens. I found myself lost in a time warp under the dark canvas sky, providing a backdrop for the vast array of stars that appeared brighter than daylight. I’d never seen anything like it before in my life. All four corners of the horizon was filled with a glorious starlight that took my breath away. I was transfixed by this magical vision. I sensed a mysterious awakening and wished to stay … forever. I knew then, it would influence everything else the rest of my life.
Upon my return to Oklahoma, I began to notice a physical sensation within that occurred at various time that seemed to stir my entire being. It was like an “inner knowing” or a premonition of what would soon show up in many of my photographic images. I sensed the spirit realm was lifting a veil between my everyday life in the physical world and the ’unseen’ realm of the spirit world. Intuitively, I knew it was important to heed these messages resulting in MYSTERY SKY …Photography of the unseen …”
Diana Lane Lambert