Burnaway is excited to announce we will be exhibiting a solo presentation of new paintings by Atlanta-artist Dianna Settles at the NADA, Miami 2021!
About the Artist:
“Dianna Settles is a Vietnamese-American artist in Atlanta, Georgia who received her BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2014. Her current work explores moments of joyful stillness amidst the cascading series of crises called modern life, accomplished through her synthesis of traditional Vietnamese and classical European painting styles.
Recent exhibition highlights include a solo show titled Olly Olly Oxen Free at Institute 193 in Lexington, KY and a group show with Gerald Lovell and Jurell Cayetano at MINT in Atlanta. As the inaugural artist of Living Walls’ international exchange program, she completed the 180′ long mural To Our Friends / Á Nos Amis in Paris, France in July of 2019, adding to her portfolio of work as a muralist in Atlanta, Oakland, and Pittsburgh. She was a finalist for the 2019 Forward Arts Foundation Edge Award, and was recently accepted into the Atlanta Contemporary Studio Artist Program.
In addition to her own art practice, Dianna runs Hi-Lo Press, a print studio and art gallery in Atlanta.”
Natalie Weis, “Together in Peace and Protest,” Hyperallergic, 2021
Megan Bikel, “Olly Olly Oxen Free,” Ruckus Journal, 2021
Emily Llamazales, “Jurell Cayetano, Gerald Lovell, Dianna Settles at MINT, Atlanta,” Burnaway, 2021
For inquires and more information, please email [email protected].