The lyrical visual language of Diane Price’s art is influenced by the Japanese aesthetic of “wabi-sabi”, which embraces the beauty of the imperfect. Found objects and neglected detritus scavenged from the streets of New York or acquired from all over the world become part of her assemblages. Curious, provocative ingredients with unspoken stories inhabit her pieces and bring their own past with them...like magic!
Price studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, Parsons School of Design and Montclair University, She has exhibited for the past three decades in invitational, solo and group shows and her works are in private and public collections. OTA is pleased to present Diane Price to Santa Fe.