Preserving the artist's heritage

Featured Artist

Diane Pieri

Diane Pieri was selected because of her work on the public art project Manayunk Stoops: Hearth and Home, a series of 9 seating elements fabricated in Italian tesserae, was installed along the Manayunk towpath through the Association for Public Art’s New Land Marks Program. Diane, a visual artist, received a BFA from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art in 1969. She has had 31 solo exhibitions and been included in 220 national and international group exhibitions since 1969. She has been the recipient of two Pollock-Krasner Grants (1999/1992), two Independence Foundation Fellowships in the Arts (2001/2011), a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Grant (1992). 

For more information about Diane and her art visit her website.

To view Diane Pieri’s video click here.