Although doing art has always been an important part of her life growing up in Arizona, it was only a decade ago that she began her first clay figure and got "hooked." Years of experience working in a foundry nurtured her innate talents.
Diana's work is currently shown in several fine art galleries in the Southwest. Of her preference for sculpture, Diana says "It's a medium that allows a great deal of freedom of expression. It's art one can touch, and bronze carries with it a sense of permanence."