Examples of the intuitive process by which she paints, finally arriving at a destination where logic and philosophy take root are apparent in works like ‘A Day In The Life Of ‘Them’ or the Universelings Series. Painting after painting she has gone from the non verbal to be poked into expressing the wisdom of the day.
Diana has also found a place in the dancing arts as an interpretive and improvisational dancer viewed worldwide. She has been known as dancing under the names of Artemisbell and Tengobaila while she is juxtaposed on a ‘stage’ with her paintings.
New Art Works: http://dcampart.wixsite.com/diana
Artwork Videos: http://www.youtube.com/artemisbeil
Peace Project: http://www.universelings.com
Faux & Murals: http://dcampart.wixsite.com/murals
Mural & Art: http://www.youtube.com/AZmurals
Fine Art videos: http://www.youtube.com/dianacampanella
Peace Project video: http://www.youtube.com/universelings
Original/One of A Kind jewelry: http://dcampart.wixsite.com/dangleonya
Campanella’s artworks span over more than 30 years and across the country. She took her Master of Fine Arts at the State University of New York at the College at New Paltz. She also taught there as an adjunct professor and has instructed art privately.
From activist, to magazine founder/publisher to artist/writer, to founder of a peace project, Diana works are collected not just for their emotional appeal, but because of who she is and her outlook.
Diana’s view of the world becomes apparent, not only in her paintings, but also through her philosophical thought process and sayings/proverbial writings. Her belief system and her interest in the metaphysical, all become intertwined in her expression. She goes beyond the paint brush and allows her poetry and her own proverbs/verses to become bi-products of emotional expression as they manifested from ‘intuitive thought’.