Diana Amos

The Landscape, architecture and atmosphere of rural Bermuda are the source of Diana's paintings. A strong sense of composition and subtle use of color result in beautiful luminous paintings that evoke the changing seasons and shifts of light.

Her paintings have that rare quality of appearing both spontaneous and effortlessly graceful.

She has had numerous solo shows in Bermuda, and has exhibited in London, Vermont, New York, Jamaica, Canada, and Mexico. She is a Grumbacher Award winner.

Diana is a born Bermudian. She studied painting at St. Martin's School of Art in London for four years, graduating with an N.D.D. and then went to Hornsey College of Art to gain her Master of Fine Arts Degree, cum laude, at the Instituto Allende in Guanajuato, Mexico.