Diana Corvelle is a figurative artist born in New York. She received her MFA in Drawing from the New York Academy of Art and her BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design. Diana works primarily in gouache on paper, layering small cross-hatching marks to build realistic color and form. She has shown in exhibitions across the country and internationally, including her residency at Eden Rock Gallery in St. Barths, French West Indies, that culminated in her solo show The Delicacy of Memory: Studies on Paper. Her public works include large scale and commemorative projects at South Nassau Community Hospital and the Rockville Centre Public Library. She curated the group exhibition of fine art in lockets - Love It, Locket, Leave It - for Island Weiss Gallery in New York, which was later exhibited at the National Museum of Women in the Arts store in Washington, D.C. Her last solo exhibition of works on paper, Yes All Women, was shown at Dacia gallery in NY in April, 2019. Diana currently lives and works in the Bay Area.