Diane works with a variety of media – printmaking, drawing, photography, collage, painting, and sculpture – always with an eye for the unexpected. It is no surprise that with her background in sculpture and drawing, the shapes in her prints assume a robust sculptural character, while the rich and varied lines and textures find counterparts in the intricacy of her drawings. With her keen eye for pattern, light and movement, every line and shape assumes a dynamic, visceral quality. In the image, we sense both struggle and resolution.
A native New Yorker, Diane Kaiser studied art at the Brooklyn Museum from the age of six, spending much time in the Egyptian and African sculpture galleries. She earned a BA in Fine Arts from Brandeis University and an MFA in Sculpture from Columbia University in NYC.
Diane’s artwork and installations have been exhibited in numerous galleries and museums in New York, New England and throughout the United States. Her residence and studio are in Massachusetts.