Diana Day Glynn is a native San Franciscan, living in the city of Burlingame in San Mateo County, for the past 30 plus years. Since childhood, Diana immersed herself in creating any kind of art or craft project she could get her hands on. She especially loved drawing, which came to her naturally. As an adult, she first began painting in oils, then in watercolors, and has been doing so for many years now. Although very different, she finds both mediums quite enjoyable.


  Sitting on the board of both the Burlingame Art Society (BAS) and the Peninsula Arts Council (PAC), Diana enjoys and spends much of her time volunteering to help promote art. As a member of BAS and the Society of Western Artists (SWA), Diana has won many ribbons/awards at different events through the years. She has twice had the honor of  being awarded "Artist of the Year" with the Burlingame Art Society in 2013 and 2016. Joining the Society of Western Artists in May of 2016, Diana is on track to receive her signature award from SWA in mid-2017. She has shown and sold her work at many different venues from retail shops to Art Shows. 


  Diana only paints subjects that move her. Her style is meticulous and mostly realistic, but she also finds pleasure in going a bit abstract once in a while, usually by using palette knife for a painting instead of a brush.  

  

                                                                                                  Diana truly believes that painting comes from the soul, and so affirms that there is a little  part of her in each of her paintings.