Artists & Art, Page Two

Invited Artist 2019
We have been following Diana's work for many years. She is a truly creative artist with a unique perspective. Her works are beautiful, intriguing and distinctive. Diana has occasionally exhibited as a guest artist with Arts at Denver, we are thrilled that she has agreed to join Arts at Denver OnLine.


Diana Woods grew up on the back of a horse on a small farm in Lincoln, Nebraska. When she wasn’t riding, she was sketching horses. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting with a minor in art history and equestrian studies in 1980 from William Woods College in Fulton, Missouri. Upon graduation, she ventured west to Montana and in 1984, ended up in Grand Junction, Colorado where she fell in love with the high desert and red rock canyons. The herd of wild horses on the Little Book Cliffs near her home kindled her imagination. She has spent many hours in all seasons observing their habits, which have inspired her to try and capture their wild, untamed beauty on canvas.


Diana was juried into the 2020 & 2021 Coors Western Art Shows.



48 x 60, oil & gold leaf on canvas, 52 x 64 framed

This piece was inspired by Picasso, a famous wild horse from the Sand Wash Basin wild horse area.  It is believed he has passed on but he has inspired many stories, songs and paintings.

$ 9850



21” Tall x 25” long x 5” deep, 35 lbs
Bronze Limited Edition of 25
$ 3000
This piece was presented in the 2020 Coors Western Art Show, along with new paintings.

Bruno's Dream

40 x 40" oil & cold wax on cradleboard - $6000



Spring in the Desert

35 x 48 x 2, oil on cradleboard - $ 4200

Golden Hour

16 x20 oil on gallery wrap $950


Wild Hearts

24 x 24 ", oil & cold wax on cradleboard - $ 2000


Blue Roans

36 x 48", oil on cradleboard - $ 4320

Approaching Storm

36 x 36 x 2, oil on cradleboard - $ 3240


12 x 12 x 2, oil on cradleboard - $ 600


12 x 12 x 2, oil on cradleboard - $ 600