Diane holds an Masters Degree in Communication Art from Pratt Institute and a BFA in Digital Arts and Design from Long Island University. She is one of the owners at digho and holds an art director position. Diane has been a member of PAURA since the beginning and has always aspired to grow her art to keep her designs fresh and original.
During her PAURA experience she has shown her hand in all her pieces. Her work has direct personal connections to herself and what is going in her life. The pieces have a simple but meaningful message that lets you peek into what feels like a personal note. Diane’s minimal style leaves the viewer focused on the words and leaves them to connect to it within their own experiences.
Diane’s first real art interaction was the Sensation exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum in 1999 and has been a fine art enthusiast since. She was a worker on Christo and Jeanne Claude’s The Gates in 2005 in Central Park, New York and has planned countless vacations around Frank Lloyd Wright homes and buildings.