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Diane Boone


Diane Boone creates art freely and intuitively from personal memories, dreams, and nature. Her artwork is richly detailed and evocative, and her approach is not necessarily analytical. Boone says, “I don’t merely capture an image. I strive to capture a feeling … an emotion. I want my art to speak to you and make you smile.”


An established artist and world traveler, Boone finds great joy in the seduction of color and texture. Her work is a spontaneous dance of refinement and rebellion.


“My eye is caught by the inherent beauty of nature, the complexities, layers, colors, and the cycles. There is connectivity that comes from the aloneness of creating my art.”


Diane Boone resides and creates at her studio in Venice, Florida and wherever her travels take her. She regularly exhibits in galleries and enjoys creative collaborations with collectors and interior designers across the US. Look for Boone’s work to be featured on season four of Bargain Mansions with Tamara Day airing on the Magnolia Home Network in November 2022.



The University of Missouri​

The Kansas City Art Institute

Additional studies: Frank Szaz; Sarah Oblinger, Paint or Die Studio; pastel, encaustic, photography, mixed media collage




Arcadian Gallery - Art About Town - Artichokes Gallery - Bargain Mansions, The Magnolia Home Network - Bovari Gallery - Crossroads First Fridays - The Gallery Above - Gallery D - Growing Days Home - Heartland Theatre - Leawood Fine Arts - PVI Gallery - Room 39 - Spotlight Gallery - Spaces Inc. - Studio B - Studio Dan Meiner - Subterra Gallery 



Art Escape Gallery - Art Uptown Gallery - Boulevard Fine Art - Creations Gallery at the Village - Pier 22 Gallery - Sarasota Art Center - Tangi & Jess Gallery - Venice Art Center


Private and Corporate Placements

St. Helena, California - Aspen, Colorado - Cape Cod, Massachusetts - Estes Park, Colorado - Ridgeway, Colorado - Venice, Florida - Sarasota, Florida - Padova, Italy • Kansas City Area - Overland Park, Kansas - Leawood, Kansas - Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri - Ann Arbor, Michigan - New York, New York - Waynesville, North Carolina - Tulsa, Oklahoma - Portland, Oregon - Dallas, Texas - Seattle, Washington

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