Diane Cutter




Raised in California, Spain and both Old and New Mexico, Diane continued her nomadic life as an adult living overseas in Latin American and the Middle East as a U.S. Foreign Service spouse. From 1978-1990, painting as Diane Haladay, she had numerous exhibitions in El Salvador, Washington DC, Virigina, North Carolina, Jordan, and Honduras.
In 1999, after a seven year hiatus teaching scuba and running deluxe sailing charters, she returned to the art community as co-founder/President of Puerto Rico's East End Art Guild, devoted to the development of the plastic arts in eastern Puerto Rico. After living 22 years in Puerto Rico, Diane returned to her roots in the American Southwest.
Her work is in private collections and museums in the United States and Puerto Rico as well as Central America, Spain, Jordan, and Australia.

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