A magazine article on my miniatures work in DollsHouse and Miniature Scene
A lovely new interview and article (with lots of photos) on my miniatures work in natural materials appears in the current March issue of DollsHouse and
Miniature Scene! Paper or digital copies of the magazine can be ordered here: www.dollshouseandminiaturescene.co.uk
Many thanks to DollsHouse and Miniature Scene and especially to Carl Golder, editor, for his interest in my work!
Here's the cover with a photo of my work in the upper right corner of the page.
Diana's work in sculpture, puppetry and performance has been exhibited and performed in galleries and theatres across the US and Europe. Her work is informed by a strong engagement with the natural world, cultural history and mythology. Diana is the recipient of exhibition awards, grants and fellowships for her work in sculpture, performance, writing and music. Several of her grants have been awarded for residencies and cultural exchange in countries as diverse as Poland, Cuba and France. She holds a fine arts degree with honors from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her teaching experience includes Waldorf kindergarten, an associate professorship in art appreciation and history, museum workshops and classes in sculpture. Her work is found in private collections in the US and Europe and in the collections of the White House and National Gallery of Poland. From 2003-2008 Diana worked with the nationally recognized design studio Applied Imagination creating "botanical architecture" and installations at venues around the US such as the New York Botanical Garden and the National Botanical Garden. Diana currently resides in France and spends much of her time living on the road.