My artwork will be on display at the Burton Barr Library, downtown Phoenix, AZ from this Thursday October 30 at 6pm with the formal opening and press releases. My photography features shots of natural wildlife found in Trinidad & Tobago during a recent visit in May, 2014. Here is a glimpse of some of the photos which will be on display.
Turkey Vulture eating a Cavalli fish carcass on Las Cuevas Beach, Trinidad
Ruby Topaz Humming Bird - St. Joseph, Maracas, Trinidad
Local yard hen with two of her 8 chicks
Flowers and fruit buds of the Pomerac fruit tree
Diana was born and raised in Port of Spain, Trinidad where she has many fond memories of a childhood filled with trips to the beach and exploration of this beautiful island. On her frequent trips back to Trinidad, Diana loves to capture the natural elements of the Caribbean with emphasis on its flora and fauna.
She is often referred to as the Shandy Girl, a nickname earned by her enjoyment of a popular island cocktail made by combining beer and ginger ale. In her career, Diana is a research advancement manager at the Julie Ann Wrigley School of Sustainability. In her free time, Diana enjoys hiking with her husband, photography, creating metal art work, gardening and playing with her four grandchildren.