DIANA CARD (ME/NJ, 1956 - )
Diana Card Biography
Diana Card is a completely self-taught artist. She painted in a realistic style until moving to the Maine coast in 1982, when she began painting in the naive style. Diana now considers herself a naive artist in the truest sense.
Her work can be found in private collections in the U.S., the United Kingdom, Germany and Japan.
“My paintings are inspired by people and their relationships, both past and present. I reduce complex themes down to their simplest forms.”
I have been painting most of my life and knew I was a painter when I was 12 years old, painting landscapes in the Realistic Style. For me, though, a landscape is a story. Over the years, my work has evolved into the Naive Style, which I've found to be the perfect mix of painting and story telling.
My work is inspired by everyday happenings, life's simple experiences, and the special events that are woven into all of our lives. My paintings are enjoyed by collectors throughout the U.S., the U.K., Europe and Japan.
Please enjoy viewing my gallery of available paintings. Feel free to contact me directly to purchase a piece or to ask any questions you may have.