Diane Novetsky, a rising Boston painter, uses bold, saturated colors and biomorphic forms evocative of the female body. Her work has been widely shown throughout the region, including Artspace Maynard, the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, Galatea Fine Arts, Danforth Museum of Art, and Tufts University Aidekman Gallery. It has been published in Artscope, Art New England, the Boston Globe, and Boston Voyager.
"Goin' Fishin' serves as an apt metaphor for the process of painting," according to the artist. "We jump into a painting without clear knowledge of the outcome. We hope to ‘hook a big one’ trusting in our instincts and understanding of the fish. The fish may outwit us.”