Diana Benedetti’s paintings have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions museums and galleries in the United States and abroad including the Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art in Coral Gables, Florida; the Museo de Arte Moderno in Cartagena, Colombia, the Luzma Gallery in Miami; the O & Y Gallery, Art Rouge Gallery, and the Kapz Gallery in Coral Gables, Florida; the Galeria de la Aduana in Barranquilla, Colombia; and the LA Art Gallery in San Salvador, El Salvador.
“I believe life has to be celebrated, studied, and perceived carefully. Life should be explored to find our purpose and understand the meaning of our existence in this world. My work is an interpretation of people’s experiences and their need to be heard. It is an expression of feelings and concerns, which are often difficult to bring out from our soul.
My style is abstract expressionism with a touch of surrealism. I use vibrant colors with rich textures that enhance the content of each piece. I work with elements such as the butterfly in a metaphorical context. I use symbology, which expresses reality and fantasy intertwined to tell the story of humanity, with its perfections and imperfections. My work is the expression of a spirituality that man needs to capture in order to live with abundance.”