“Every time I would be tensed or worried or anxious, I would find myself painting away, happy and blissful”
Diana Joseph is a self-taught artist. Amongst other subjects, her extensive work lies in painting indigenous people, their lifestyle and ceremonies. Her work with animals qualifies her as a conservation artist. But, her busiest days aren’t filled with paint; instead, she runs a non-profit organization that works toward creating social change. As a way to wind down, she reaches for a canvas and immerses herself in the animal’s fur or the wild grass growing on the frame.
So far, Diana Joseph’s works have found a home among acclaimed art collectors in India and even abroad.