Diana Creasy Funk

“Ask any artist and they will tell you that they paint because they have to… It’s an unexplainable need. I’m no different. I just paint… I have to. What occurs on the canvas can and does change and evolve in a constant flow, but in the end it’s only just about the process, the ideas, application, physical movement, problem solving, letting go and accepting.”

Diana Creasy-Funk was born in Wainwright, Alberta in 1962. She moved to the Okanagan in 1986 and has been painting for as long as she can remember. What started out as a simple pencil drawing in school, making sketches of friends, or magazines, she evolved her fascination with human nature into a stunningly beautiful style of portraiture. Her work has graphite areas showing, but a water-down painting technique fleshes out the work a little bit further, carefully bringing them to an ethereal place.

Diana Creasy-Funk

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