Diane Drescher

Born in Wisconsin, Diane Drescher is a New York City-based artist who finds inspiration in the parks of Northern Manhattan, and in the diverse landscapes of Cape Cod, Florida, and New Mexico. Austere and direct in composition, her paintings rely on the expressive power of color and vigorous brush work.

Drescher was a member of Bowery Gallery 2009-2019. During that time she mounted two solo shows, a two-person show, and participated in several group shows. Additionally, her work has been exhibited at the Manhattan Borough President’s Office, Westbeth Gallery, Space for Public Art- BID, Green Door Gallery in Brooklyn, Columbia University, Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, Long Island Museum, Edward Hopper House, Garner Arts Center, Boricua College, and NOMAA Gallery. Her painting, “The Bride Wore Black” was featured as an MTA subway poster (2017-2019). Her work is in many private collections. She studied at the Art Students League, the National Academy of Fine Art, School of the Art Institute in Chicago, and earned a B.S. from the University of Wisconsin.