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Professional Fine Artist and Author, Dionne White is an Inspirational and Prophetic Painter and Writer, known for her signature trait of using fine gold paint in her work. She loves to create in watercolor, acrylic, and ink as well as integrating other elements to produce mixed media works. Dionne is drawn to paint and create works of art in the subject of florals, landscapes, coastal elements, and even abstracts that may reach to a deeper place in us spiritually. Her intention is to create work that evokes a sense of peace, joy and healing; speaking fullness of life to one's soul, releasing a message that awakens one's spirit and deposits hope. She personally connects to God through creative expression, nature, and christian scriptural and visual meditation. With her art and writings she aims to connect others to God, Creator Yahweh,  by displaying His glory in her work and designing and releasing life and beauty with others in mind. Her work is inspirational and prophetic in nature but often representational in style. 

Dionne's intuitive process incorporates co-creating with the Holy Spirit. She implements the technique of the ancient Japanese Art of Kintsugi, meaning "the mending of brokenness". The Japanese believe in repairing the broken vessel and finishing it with gold. Restoring the broken area and making it a new creation, not disguising the break but adorning it with gold, giving it new life, worth, and beauty.  This Kintsugi approach to art making is a prophetic representation of the redeeming gospel of Jesus Christ and the resurrection power of the cross through the transforming works of the Holy Spirit. You can see this example in her triptych work at the top of the website page called "Mended - A self portrait". 

"This is Where Art and Spirit Converge"



24" x 36"

Acrylic on Canvas

Award Winning 

"Atonement" won Best in Show at Camel Back Gallery in Scottsdale Arizona. Artwork donated to auction for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Upstate, South Carolina.

"Through my work, I desire to share this hope of healing and spiritual wholeness."  ~Dionne

Kintsugi Painting by Dionne White

Mending a "broken" leaf with fine gold acrylic paint.

Kintsugi painting by Dionne White

Kintsugi- Healed and sealed with fine gold, adding to the history and beauty of the leaf's character.

Original Art by Dionne

What's New?

Excited to Bring you 

"Mini Masterpiece Monday"


with Dionne White

10 full length uncut original art videos accompanied with

inspirational commentary and intuitive spiritual teaching. (18 hours of content)

Dionne teaches the step by step process of creating a 4" x 4" mini piece of

canvas art from an inspiration photo while helping you demolish the intimidation factor in painting!



Bonus Free Gift with purchase. (a $25 value)

The A.C.T. ONE Curriculum 

First in my Artist Equipping Series.

Where Art and Spirit Converge

A creative curriculum that will help enrich your spiritual life and creativity practice, helping you find a greater purpose in it all. Plus receive teaching materials and a Bonus Free PDF Painting Lesson with purchase!



"It is my mission to blaze a path to peace for people through creativity, scripture and the voice of God". 


~ Dionne

Kintsugi Art by Dionne White South Carolina Kintsugi Artist, Clemson Art, Poppy floral art
Kintsugi Art by Dionne White South Carolina Kintsugi Artist, Poppy Art, Clemson Art
Kintsugi Art by Dionne White South Carolina Kintsugi Artist, Clemson Art, Poppy floral art

"You're not alone" 

Clemson University Tigers Together

36" x 36" Acrylic/Ink On Gallery Canvas 

A portion of the sale of this work goes to AFSP 

"You have to see it, take it in, and then paint it the way you experience it.

This is what makes you and your art unique to your individual design.

It's your interpretation."  

                                        ~ Dionne 

Mini Masterpiece Monday Kintsugi Artist Art Instructor Dionne White South Carolina Nature and Inspirational Artist. Sunflower Artist Dionne White SC

Mini Masterpiece

"Follow the Light" 

Acrylic on Canvas

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