Diana Clancy lives and works in Boston where she teaches painting at Boston University. She has exhibited at Laconia Gallery in Boston, Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham, Bernard
Gallery in Boston, Boston
Gallery in Los Angeles, and Space
1026 in Philadelphia. She says: “My paintings are about the act of looking and the construction of a viewing experience. My recent dimensional paintings refer to both real spaces and architectural models. The images in these shaped formats shift as one sees them from different angles because of the folded edges, reflective surfaces, and perspective that lines up from one spot but not from another. I am interested in cultivating the viewer’s awareness of shifting points of view in relation to both the paintings and how one experiences real space”.