diane masters
Diane Masters works primarily as a printmaker using fire and water etching and aquatint processes for her multiple layered prints. Her images are drawn from her experience of living in small rural and remote communities in North East Tasmania, Christmas Island, Western Australia and New South Wales and address ideas of migration, cultural shift and a nomadic sense of belonging. Since her return to Tasmania in 2008, Diane has completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Tasmania School of Fine Art in Hobart with a double major in painting and printmaking. She also completed a Masters in Fine Arts and Design (Printmaking) in 2013. Diane has been a finalist in a number of major art awards such as the Hobart Art Prize, Burnie Print Prize, Birchalls Tertiary Art Award and Bay of Fires Art Prize. One of her paintings was recently selected for use as the cover of Richard Flanagan’s latest novel, The Narrow Road to the Deep North.

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