Raised in central Montana, Diana began her art career at an early age, accompanying her grandmother on painting excursions in the back yard.
After graduating from Montana State University in Art and Education,
she taught art in the local schools.
Now, after painting professionally for 20 years,
her paintings have been included in the Montana Governor's Mansion,
the Montana State Capitol Building,
CM Russell Art Auction,
Western Art Association Show,
CM Russell Masters in Miniature Show,
Lewis and Clark Outdoor Art Gala,
Montana Watercolor Society's National Juried Exhibitions,
and selected for the TOP 100 National Arts for the Parks Competition.
Diana is a regular quick draw artist at the CM Russell Stampede,
as well as having done quick draws at the CM Russell Art Auction,
Cowboy Poetry Gathering,
Miles City Bucking Horse Sale and others.
Diana and her husband, Jim, are ranchers near Winnett, Montana.
Her paintings are a reflection of Montana rural life.