Diane Heron is a contemporary artist from Los Angeles, currently living in the San Francisco Bay Area. She comes from a family of artists, which include the Great American Painter and Illustrator, Elihu Vedder, whose works include 5 wall paintings and a mosaic in The Library of Congress and the illustrations for The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.

In the 1990's, Diane owned a successful handbag and clothing business and has experience working in the textile design and clothing industry. Her love and appreciation for architecture and interior design of all periods, are often a source of inspiration in her use of color. She has always been creative and prolific, as she continues to work with different mediums, and create art and installations that provoke a second glance.

Diane Heron

b. 1965    Los Angeles, CA
Lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area

Solo Exhibitions
2007   The Majestical Roof Art Gallery and Socially Conscious Retail Space, Old Town Pasadena, CA

Group Exhibitions
2017    Serenity, UCSF Women's Health Center, San Francisco,  CA
2017    Out-ragous, San Francisco Women Artists Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2014    Learn on Me, The Hurley U.S Headquarters, Costa Mesa, CA
2010    The Black Plague, The Congregation of Forgotten Saints: Curated by Cody Varona, West Hollywood, CA

Public Work
2007    Lorraine’s Mom, The Majestical Roof, Pasadena, California

2015    Assisted in Designing Architectural Miniature featured in the film Ant Man, Marvel
2014    Contributed artwork for the Steel Magnolia’s Fundraiser Auction at The Stramski Children’s                                            Developmental Center, Miller Children’s Hospital, Long Beach, CA
2012- 14 Therapeutic Art Instructor, The Stramski Children’s Developmental Center, Miller Children's Hospital,                            Long Beach, CA