Diane Lachman’s inventive abstract paintings and photographs emphasize the expressive power of color. Her work has been widely exhibited and the subject of twelve solo shows. Most recently, an exhibition of her Pandemic Photography Project: “Refracted World” was shown in July 2021 at Muse Gallery in Philadelphia.
She studied at RISD and received her BFA and MFA from Penn Design at UPENN, where she taught Color Theory and Drawing from 1993 to 2014. She participates in many juried and invitational group shows. Currently, Lachman is the director of Muse Gallery in Philadelphia where she has been a member since 2010. Her paintings are represented in numerous private and corporate collections including Temple University, the Art Collection at Park Towne Place in Philadelphia and Lankenau Medical Center and The New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
“Color and light remain my source of inspiration. My years of experience studying and teaching color theory complement and inform an intuitive approach to visual communication. I am influenced by observations in nature, sunsets, cloud formations, Bauhaus teachings, architecture, textiles, and exceptional artwork from all over the world. In my paintings and photographs, I continue to be fascinated by capturing the evanescence of prismatic colors to create my compositions.”
Limited Edition Photographs, 1/15. Contact the artist for sizes and prices.