In 2014 Diana obtained a Diploma in Botanical Illustration with the Society of Botanical Artists, London. She works mainly from live plants in graphite, ink or watercolour paints
The Cornish countryside has provided her with an abundance of artistic inspiration. As the seasons change, the hedgerows and clifftops are the perfect habitat for a wide variety of wildflowers.
In 2018 Diana submitted a bluebell watercolour painting as part of a group exhibit with South West Society of Botanical Artists at the RHS Botanical Art Exhibition, London, which obtained a silver award. The exhibit was organised in collaboration with ‘Plantlife’ and their ‘Forget-Me-Not’ campaign, initiated to raise awareness of words being omitted from the ‘Oxford Junior Dictionary’, such as blackberry, dandelion and bluebell.