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About Diane

Diane Barceló is an artist whose work examines language as a bridge and a barrier to communication and as an inadequate negotiator between cultures. She is best known for her sculptural installations using words constructed from copper wire that also appear in her two-dimensional work. She recently relocated to Sacramento from Connecticut where she taught art courses and guest lectured at several colleges for over 17 years while consecutively working on grant writing, exhibitions and actively participating in the New London arts community.

Grants and fellowships that have supported her work include the Connecticut Office of Culture and Tourism (2006), Byrdcliffe Arts Colony, IPark and The Connecticut Sea Grant.

Artist Statement

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