Born in the United Kingdom, artist Dianna Lindquist moved to the United States as a child. She received a bachelor of fine arts degree in two-dimensional design from Weber State University and a master of fine arts from San Francisco Art Institute.

Her drawings and paintings reflect her contemplation on the human relationship with the landscape and it’s many species. Incorporating both flora and fauna, she is influenced by the environmental issues of today and also combining recombinant genetics in her creation of these mixed media degraded forms and landscapes.

Currently, she is teaching art as an adjunct professor at Weber State University and lives in Northern Utah.